If you or someone you know has been seriously injured in a Premises Liability accident caused by a property owner, you may be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering, disfigurement, disability, lost wages and medical bills.
Springfield Massachusetts premises liability Lawyer Daniel A. Pava has over 32 of experience representing clients whose injuries resulted from hazardous and dangerous conditions such as:
- Slip and Fall
- Loose steps or railings
- Broken pavement or side-walks
- Worn carpets or unsecured mats
- Wet floors
- Foreign objects on floor
- Improper snow and ice removal
- Wrongful death
- Negligent Security
- Negligent design and/or maintenance of parking lots
Springfield Massachusetts premises liability Lawyer Daniel A. Pava has the knowledge and experience to help you deal with all aspects of your claim from beginning to end.
He will assist you through the complex process of reporting the accident to the responsible party and /or their insurance company, preparing a written statement regarding the facts of the accident and injuries, giving recorded statements both over the phone and in person to the responsible party’s insurance company, finding the appropriate medical experts with whom to treat, documenting lost wages, getting copies of all your bills and reports regarding your treatment and verifying which of your bills have been paid by your health insurance company.
Once you have finished treating, the Law Office of Daniel A. Pava will submit a settlement package to the insurance company and will attempt to negotiate a fair and reasonable settlement that adequately compensates you for all of your injuries. The settlement process is begun in a timely manner and usually is concluded within three to four months after you have completed your treatment.
If it is necessary to file suit on your behalf, a complaint will be drafted and your case will be filed in court. You will be kept updated regarding the various stages of the law suit. Your case, of course, may be settled at any time along the way. If not a jury usually will make the final award of compensation at trial.