Topeka Attorney for Premises Liability Cases

Fighting for Kansas Residents for 20+ Years

Owners of residential and commercial properties are legally required to make sure that their property complies with particular safety standards. This requirement is known as the duty of care, meaning that there is a general requirement for property owners to care for people who are on their property. Under Kansas law, property owners can potentially be legally at fault if someone suffers a serious injury because of the owner's negligence. If a store had malfunctioning lights and there were hazards on the floor you could not see, you may have a legal case against the store.

Our Topeka premises liability lawyer at Roger Fincher, Attorney at Law believes no one should have to be burdened with the costs associated with an injury occurring on someone else's property. Attorney Fincher has 20+ years of advocating of Kansas residents in all kinds of situations. Our team has worked on thousands of cases. We are proud to say our work has earned us numerous accolades including our lead counsel being selected in the list of Kansas Super Lawyers®. Until we can obtain a settlement in a client's case, there are no upfront fees. Also, we are available for clients 24/7 if any concerns arise.

If you or a loved one was seriously harmed on another's property,
call today to arrange for a
no-charge consultation.

Common Kinds of Property Liability Cases

There are a number of ways a property owner can be liable should an injury, and cases our Topeka injury attorney handles include:

  • Slip and falls
  • Injuries to the head
  • Lack of adequate security measures
  • Defects in the environment
  • Failures of maintenance
  • Wrongful death
  • Burns
  • Other kinds of injuries

At our firm, all potential clients receive a free consultation. Through this consultation, you can find out what our firm may be able to bring to the table in your situation.

Please contact us today.

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