$300,000 Settlement for Injuries Sustained After a Fall
Janesville Injury Lawyer Secures Compensation for Ladder Fall Victim
Client was performing “handyman” services inside of a large garage.
Upon arriving home, the homeowner opened the garage door, knocking the client off a twelve-foot ladder and resulting in head and shoulder injuries. The matter resolved for $300,000 without the need for a lawsuit.
View all six and seven-figure personal injury case settlements attained by Steve Caya for his clients.
Navigating the finer points of Wisconsin law is a rat's nest for people who aren't buried in the details every day. Here's what you really need to know about filing a lawsuit for a slip and fall in Wisconsin:
- Does your case warrant filing a lawsuit?
- How much you can get in a slip and fall settlement
- The most common injuries from slip and fall accidents
- How to file a slip and fall lawsuit in Wisconsin
- Statute of limitations on filing slip and fall lawsuits in Wisconsin
- You can file yourself - but you should talk to a lawyer first
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