For Daniel, working on premises liability cases is about more than just getting the short-term outcome for his clients. It also gives him the chance to educate local companies and property owners about safety issues that can cause slips, trips or falls in the first place. Ideally, the changes that you and Daniel are able to make in the DuPage and Kane County area through your injury claim will result in a safer community for all of us in the future.
A stronger relationship with clients and the ability to change local safety policies are two of the main reasons that Daniel chose to leave a busy Chicago law firm and build his practice in the Tri-Cities. Cases just like yours are the key to making local businesses and locations safer for all of us in the Batavia-St. Charles-Geneva area.
Don’t be overwhelmed any longer. Instead, choose to focus your energy on healing your body by passing the responsibility of knowing your legal rights to Daniel and his capable team. They will listen to your story and work with you to assure that you get the best outcome for yourself and for the greater community.
Slips, trips, falls, and other premises liability cases require extensive knowledge and experience. Daniel and his team have what it takes to make a difference in your case, giving you the time you need to recuperate.
Give us a call today to get started with your free consultation.
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