Under the Occupier’s Liability Act, property owners are responsible for maintaining their property to ensure it is reasonably safe. They are responsible for hidden hazards, ice, water, snow, poor lighting, and changes to stairwells, uneven sidewalks or flooring, and potholes. If you have been injured by someone else’s neglect of a public property, private business or residence, they may be liable for your injuries. Even if you feel you are partly to blame, you may still have a claim and be entitled to financial compensation, damages for pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, home and vehicle modifications, and future care. One of our clients, an 88-year-old woman who was injured as a result of a fall in a grocery store, received a settlement for well over $1 million. Hire Alden, Richard and Team, they will all take it on personally and fight for you and your loved ones.
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Honorata was hit by a fire truck and suffered severe whiplash, back injuries, depression and anxiety. As her personal injury lawyer, Alden Dychtenberg made her feel protected and well cared for throughout the legal process.
Penny was hit by a car and suffered serious injuries including brain injury and left-side paralysis. As her personal injury lawyer, Richard Shekter fought persistently by her side during the three-month trial.
After sustaining a traumatic brain injury and a number of serious fractures, Chris and his family credit Richard Shekter, who acted as their personal injury lawyer, with fighting for them to attain a high settlement.
After sustaining back and neck injuries after a car accident, Jack came to Alden Dychtenberg to help him with the legalities of his case and his recovery. Alden was able to provide guidance and sound legal advice as Jack’s attorney.