Types Of Injuries In Premises Liability Cases
People injured on properties in Michigan are often left with serious and sometimes debilitating injuries. Although most injuries from premises liability accidents are not as noticeable or dramatic as those from car accidents, they can still cause significant problems for victims.
If you have been injured in a premises liability accident, turn to the dedicated advocates at Vahdat Weisman Law. Our lawyers have decades of experience handling complex personal injury cases, including premises liability matters, for clients in Livonia and across Michigan. Your best interests are our top priority while we pursue compensation and justice in your case.
Injuries Sustained On Someone Else’s Property
Some of the injuries our clients have dealt with from their accidents include:
- Broken bones: Broken bones are some of the most common injuries in premises liability cases. Although any type of incident can result in a broken bone, slips, trips, and falls place victims at an increased risk of suffering broken legs, arms, wrists, feet and hands.
- Burn injuries: Burn injuries are extremely painful. Many victims who sustain burn injuries are left with overwhelming pain and permanent scarring. Depending on the severity of the injuries, burns can lead to damaged muscles and the loss of limbs.
- Internal organ injuries: There are many instances where victims sustain injuries to internal organs or experience internal bleeding. These injuries can cause difficulties in breathing, such as organ damages from chemical exposures, and can be life-threatening.
- Spinal cord injuries: Severe falls, being crushed and various other types of accidents can leave victims with severe spinal cord injuries. Depending on the type of injury a victim sustains, they could experience some type of temporary or permanent paralysis.
- Neck/soft tissue injuries: Whiplash and other soft tissue injuries can drastically limit a victim’s ability to perform various tasks. Neck injuries and soft tissue injuries are some of the leading causes of limited mobility after a premises liability accident.
- Head injuries: Whether a victim sustains a concussion or a severe brain injury, injuries to the head can result in overwhelming pain, a loss of concentration and various other problems.
Contact Us Today To Learn More
Our firm is here to help you from the very moment you are injured. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can begin investigating your case and preserving any evidence that may support your claim. To schedule your free, no-obligation consultation, call our office at 877-903-7401. You can also send us an email using our online contact form.