Experienced Premises Liability Attorney In Ada County
Posted by rossmanlaw on March 20th, 2018
Have you been injured on someone else’s property? You could have a claim. Contact a premises liability lawyer located in Ada County to learn more.Negligent owners of a property who fail to maintain their land, buildings or other structures can result in serious personal injuries to innocent victims. Often times, injuries that result from property neglect require immediate medical care, lengthy hospital stays, medication and continued therapy. In severe injury cases, the victim may lose substantial wages and work time, or may suffer from permanent disability.Examples of property negligence injuries include:
Slip and fall injuries
If you or a loved one were the victim of a property negligence accident, you need to seek the immediate assistance of a qualified premises liability lawyer with offices in Ada County. The Rossman Law Group has extensive experience in representing victims of property negligence and are well versed in the intricacies of premises liability law. We will thoroughly investigate your case to determine who is at fault for the accident or injuries sustained by you or your loved one, and we will fight for your right to full and fair compensation for your losses.We believe you deserve adequate funds to cover any and all medical expenses incurred by you as a result of the accident or injury you sustained, as well as compensation for your pain and suffering. We will go the extra mile to advocate for your rights to monetary restitution and ensure you get the maximum amount that can be awarded to you.Call the Rossman Law Group to schedule a consultation today with an Ada County lawyer specializing in premises liability. We can help.
Prescription Drug Birth Defects
Rossman Law Group PLLC handles a large volume of cases involving birth defects and other injuries from prescription drugs. Even though a prescription drug may have received clearance by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), severe injuries and birth defects can result from consuming them during pregnancy. All too often, prescription drugs are over-prescribed with an improper dosage or are not indicated for consumption during pregnancy. This can be particularly true during the first trimester of pregnancy when cell division and organ formation occurs. If you or someone you know has suffered a birth defect or injury that may be the related to prescription drug consumption, please contact us at Rossman Law Group PLLC to obtain a free review and assessment of possible claims.
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