Slip & (Pit)Fall Premises Liability Webinar
Slip & (Pit)Falls
Beyond Routine Premises Liability Claims
Every day across the United States, courts adjudicate premises liability claims. In many respects, these cases have become quite routine.
There are, however, a growing number of matters that are pulling premises liability litigants into different and more perilous directions. This new breed of claims can involve unique jurisdictional issues, harmful whistleblower testimony and even creative plaintiff counsel tactics designed to derail the defense.
This webinar explored these and other dangerous pitfalls that await unwitting commercial property owners, managers and their insurance providers as they attempt to navigate the darkest corners of today’s premises liability landscape.
This webinar was designed to benefit commercial property owners, managers and their insurance providers.
|Richard (Rick) G. Szymczak is a member of Plunkett Cooney’s Litigation Practice Group who has extensive expertise in the areas of commercial litigation, including banking and real estate disputes, and the defense of complicated personal injury actions.|
Alannah M. Buford, a member of the firm’s East Lansing office and the Tort & Litigation Practice Group, focuses her practice in the areas of municipal law, general liability and medical malpractice defense.
Ms. Buford represents clients in matters involving zoning ordinances, personal liability, false imprisonment and arrest, drone liability, roof collapses and Michigan’s Wrongful Death Act.
An attorney in Plunkett Cooney's Bloomfield Hills office, Brian K. Mitzel is a member of the firm's Torts & Litigation Practice Group. He concentrates his litigation practice primarily in the areas of premises liability, property and casualty, and general liability.
Mr. Mitzel represents national retailers and the policy holders of various insurance carriers in disputes involving premises liability and general negligence claims.