Help, I Got Injured at a Laundromat! Your Legal Options
If you live in an apartment building or condo, you may not have sufficient space to do your laundry from the comfort of your home. Property owners know this, and this is why they provide tenants with a common area where one can do their laundry at a small fee. Laundromats are a convenient place to do one’s washing for the week, and they are usually self service outlets that are maintained on a regular basis by the property manager or a super. However, Laundromats can also be dangerous places due to someone else’s negligence, and slips and falls as well as equipment malfunction at Laundromats can lead to severe and catastrophic injuries. It is important to note before we go any further that there are no accidents or flukes: more often than not, someone else who didn’t do the right thing caused your injuries. Because of this, filing a Laundromat injury lawsuit is the natural and right course of action to take in order to recover money damages, and we’re to help with that.
Were you injured at a Laundromat? The experienced Laundromat injury attorneys at McCready Law have over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience, and it would be an honor for us to put this experience to work for you. Please give us a call NOW at (773) 985-5139 to learn more about your legal options for compensation. We work on contingency fee basis, and what this simply means is that we don’t charge you a CENT as we work on your case, and only do so once we’ve recovered compensation on your behalf. Don’t accept a simple apology from the landlord, and don’t speak to the insurance company before calling us at (773) 985-5139 – this will help safeguard your payout, and will help us fight for maximum compensation for your Laundromat injury lawsuit. Serving all injured clients countrywide.
Here are some of the scenarios that may cause Laundromat injuries:
- Puddles of water left on the floor unmapped for hours
- Laundry machines not being serviced or maintained regularly
- Lack of clear safety and operation instructions for all to read and follow
- Failure to remove lint in dryers, thus posing a fire hazard
- Poor lighting leading to slips and falls especially at night
- Lack of a fire extinguisher in the vicinity to stop fires
- Inadequate security around the building leading to attacks inside the Laundromat
Laundromat Injury Attorney – Call Us Now!
The legal principle of duty of care protects you when you access a building for the purposes of carrying out a business or even due to a social call. Therefore, your landlord or the property owner is legally obligates to make sure that anything that may pose a risk to your health and is neutralized, and that emergencies and other snafus are taken care of in a timely manner. Should you suffer injuries due to the building owners not adhering to this duty of care, you may be eligible for compensation in the form of damages. Need to learn more? Please give us a call NOW at (773) 985-5139 to learn more about your legal options. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.