$125,000 settlement for slip & fall hip injury
In this case, the client was a senior citizen who sustained injury to her hip when she tripped on an uneven surface after exiting a hotel resort entryway.
The case was complicated by the client’s pre-existing history of similar problems, including a previous hip replacement surgery. The matter resolved for $125,000 without the need for a lawsuit.
Premises liability claims in Wisconsin
Visitors to hotels have the right to expect that the hotel building and grounds will be a reasonably safe space for them. Wisconsin premises liability laws apply to determine the specific obligation hotels have to their guests. Because guests come to hotels for the financial benefit of the hotel owners and staff, hotels owe the highest duty of care to guests — all of whom are classified as invitees.
If you're considering suing a Wisconsin hotel for negligence after suffering an injury on hotel property, start with a free consultation with a proven premises liability attorney. There's no fee unless you win, and we'll gladly come to you anywhere in the state to evaluate your claim.
What to know before filing a slip and fall injury lawsuit
If you're hurt and considering filing a lawsuit, there are a few things you need to think about. Here's what you really need to know about filing a slip and fall lawsuit in Wisconsin:
- Determine if you have a case
- Premises liability settlements
- Typical slip and fall injuries
- How to file a slip and fall lawsuit in Wisconsin
- Statute of limitations on filing a suit in Wisconsin
- You can file yourself - but we don't recommend it.
Steve Caya exclusively represents victims injured by the negligence of others, making sure they receive the compensation they need to fully recover. Early in his career, he worked representing insurers, so he understands how the other side views your injury claim, and what it takes to make them pay. You only have one chance to recover compensation after an accident - contact Steve Caya today for a no-obligation consult to get started.
All cases are handled on a no-win, no-fee basis. You pay NOTHING until you receive compensation for your injury claim.