Illinois Falling Store Merchandise Injury Lawyers
Aurora Retail Customer Injury Attorneys
Many grocery stores, department stores, electronics stores and other retailers stack merchandise high on shelves in order to maximize space and keep a store full of inventory. When these shelves fail or when products otherwise fall, however, they can often injure shoppers, workers’ and others who are below. If you have been injured because of falling merchandise at a store, it is important to know your rights.
At the law firm of Woodruff Johnson & Palermo, in Illinois, our personal injury lawyers have extensive experience providing representation in cases involving dangerous premises, including falling merchandise. Retail stores have insurance companies to protect them when customers get injured and are supposed to provide a fair settlement to accident victims. Unfortunately, these companies often are more interested in protecting their bottom lines.
Illinois Falling Store Merchandise Injury Attorneys
There are plenty of ways that merchandise can fall and harm customers. Frequently, merchandise is either not stacked correctly by employees, or merchandise has shifted, but was not re-stocked appropriately. Sometimes, displays themselves will fail and cause merchandise to fall.
Our firm has and will handle claims against large retailers in Illinois, including Wal-Mart, Aldi, Sears, Dominicks and Jewel. We have the experience and the resources to handle dangerous premise claims against these and other stores throughout the state.
Contact Woodruff Johnson & Palermo in Illinois
For a free consultation and case evaluation after being harmed due to falling merchandise, please contact our offices today. We have offices in Aurora, Champaign and on N. LaSalle Street in downtown Chicago. Call us toll free at 866-891-9211 to schedule an appointment.