All property owners and building managers are required to ensure that premises are secure and free from danger. Regular building maintenance and upkeep can make a significant difference in the safety of a premise. However, one of the most important safety measures a property owner can take is ensuring that a premise has adequate lighting. It is of great importance that a building maintains proper lighting both indoors and outdoors. Inadequate lighting can lead to numerous hazards and thus, may lead to serious personal injury. This is especially true during unfavorable weather conditions such as days of snow and rain. An icy or slippery surface may not be immediately visible if a property is not properly lit. This can in turn lead to a slip and fall accident, bone fracture, and even brain injury.
If you believe your injury was directly caused by a premise liability, it is of utmost importance that you seek immediate legal counsel. Call a Chicago personal injury lawyer at: (312) 641-9200 for a FREE consultation.
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