Land owners and companies who invite you to visit them and shop in their stores owe you and your family a duty to keep their property in a reasonably safe condition.
If you have been injured in Kansas City because of the dangerous condition on private, or company property — suffered a slip or trip and fall on broken or deteriorated stairs, car accident, sidewalks, or walking areas, suffered a dog bite, or injured because of a hidden walkway obstruction or other hidden dangers, call the personal injury lawyers of Siro Smith Dickson now – we can help. We work very hard for our clients, and we have helped many families through difficult times. Let us…
- gather witness statements
- photograph and preserve evidence,
- file various reports
- put insurance companies on notice
- handle negotiations, paperwork, phone calls & other hassles of handling an injury claim
We will keep you informed of our progress and relieve you of the burden of prosecuting and presenting your claim.
FEATURED DANGEROUS PROPERTY CASE
After a five (5) day jury trial, our attorneys obtained a jury verdict of $150,000, in a premises liability case against the Sutherlands Lumber Company of Kansas City.
Plaintiff, an active elderly man, was with his wife at Sutherlands Lumber in Cass County when he sat on a lawn chair set up for display in the entryway of the store that had been placed on a slick concrete floor by a Sutherlands’ employee. As he was getting out of the lawn chair to go meet his wife in the store, the chair slid out from under him and he fell on the concrete floor suffering a broken hip and extreme pain. Plaintiff’s injury required a hip replacement and lengthy recover period with lasting mobility issues. The jury found that as a result of Sutherlands’ negligence in placing the lawn chair on the slick concrete surface without any barricade or warning, […]
Plaintiff, female age 49, was walking on a sidewalk at the Country Club Plaza. An employee of the Defendant was working on a building construction project using a power saw. The saw shot out a piece of wood trim eight-feet-long and one-inch-wide, hitting the Plaintiff in the leg causing her to fall on the sidewalk and land on her buttocks.
Damages Alleged: Initial minor injury to knee area (bruised) with numbness in leg turning to pain; two weeks later Plaintiff began experiencing severe headaches, neck pain, foot dragging, incontinence, the loss of sensation in left hand fingers and diagnosis of trauma to spinal cord; four month later neck surgery (fusion). $48,925.16 medical expenses; no lost wages presented.
Verdict for Plaintiff: $198,925.16