Kansas City Premises Liability Injury Attorneys
Serious premises liability accidents can happen anywhere. As premises liability attorneys, we tell people every day that a minor injury from an accident in a grocery store doesn’t entitle them to recover money. To win a settlement or jury award, your attorney will have to prove that the property owner was negligent or knew that there was a potentially dangerous situation on his or her property.
Free Consultation ▪ No Attorney Fees Unless You Recover Money
If you have suffered a serious injury or the death of a loved one because of a property owner’s negligence, talk to an attorney at Goza & Honnold. We are insurance litigation professionals who understand exactly what issues are important in cases involving failure to provide security, slip-and-fall, failure to comply with ordinances, and other kinds of premises liability. We offer a free consultation to discuss your serious injury or wrongful death claim.
Contact us today. We represent clients in premises liability cases, including:
- Retail store accidents with permanent injury
- Parking lot and parking ramp injuries
- Serious dog bites
- Assault injuries, inadequate security
- Playground and swimming pool accidents
- Escalator accidents
- School and church accidents
We Know Insurance Defense Lawyers’ Tactics
Insurance defense lawyers work hard to minimize the extent of injuries. Over the years, we have developed an extensive network of specialists including doctors, pharmacists, economists, and engineers to assist us in analyzing and developing your case. We make sure the jury understands that your loss isn’t just about money, it’s about everything you have lost.
Our Attorneys Have Earned the Highest AV* Rating by Our Peers
If you have been seriously injured in a slip-and-fall accident, contact us for a free consultation.
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