Assisting Victims Of Snow And Ice Accidents

Cold weather and wintry conditions are an expected element of living in Illinois. For a significant portion of each year, heavy snows and cold temperatures create dangerous situations for pedestrians. Many people slip and fall on ice and snow on parking lots, sidewalks, ramps and stairs. This can cause severe injuries and even death.

You should not have to suffer an injury due to another party's negligence. If you slip and fall due to hazardous conditions on commercial or residential property, you may be able to file a premises liability claim. At Marquardt & Belmonte, P.C., we can help you pursue just compensation after a fall so that you receive the financial support you need to fully recover.

Knowledgeable Attorneys With Thorough Investigation Skills

After an accident, our knowledgeable legal team thoroughly investigates the site of the incident for evidence. We know what information is necessary to support a premises liability claim and work as a team to uncover all of the facts. When you work with Marquardt & Belmonte, P.C., we take care of your case details so that you can focus on your health instead of worrying about your claim.

Our team can identify the party responsible for maintaining the property, interact with the insurance company on your behalf and identify opportunities for maximum compensation. We are experienced with all manner of complex injuries, including head, spinal, shoulder and knee injuries. If necessary, we are capable trial attorneys who can represent your interests in court.

Contact Our Lawyers For Dedicated Legal Counsel

If you or a loved one is injured due to uncleared snow or ice, call our Wheaton office at 630-517-3279 or toll free at 888-349-0695 to schedule a free initial consultation. You may also contact our dedicated legal team online. We will carefully evaluate your case and explain your best options for recovery.

All cases are addressed on a contingency basis. You do not pay us unless we recover financial compensation on your behalf.