Slip and fall accidents happen everyday, and every year thousands of people are injured annually from these accidents. Along with these injuries comes medical bills, which can quickly end up costing a lot.

We know that accidents happen, but fortunately, financial ruin does not have to.  Over the years we have helped numerous clients receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and long-term injuries, and we can help you too.

Do I have a Case?

Landlords and property owners have a duty to keep their buildings and walkways safe and free from hazardous conditions. If they fail to do so, it’s called negligence, and can result in injury.

Here are some common scenarios in which negligence could cause an accident:

ñ Snow and ice are not properly removed from sidewalks, parking lots and roadways

ñ Stairways are left slippery, broken, poorly lit, or without proper railings.

ñ Roads and sidewalks are in disrepair

ñ Worn-out or unmaintained carpets and rugs cause unexpected trips

ñ Stores and markets fail to clean up spills, cleaning products, or other debris

If you’ve been injured in a slip and fall accident due to negligence, you have a case. Hire an experienced accident lawyer right away to help you recover your losses.

Consulting with a Lawyer
Slip and fall accidents are covered by law under premises liability. Premises liability means that a property owner or manager responsible for the premises is responsible for keeping the area safe. If the area is unsafe, it falls under negligence.

Proving negligence is essential to winning your case. Negligence can be hard to prove, but not for an attorney highly experienced in slip and fall accidents.

Our team of accident lawyers has over twenty years of experience helping our clients receive compensation for their injuries.

Slip and Fall Cases are Time Sensitive
If you’ve sustained an injury from a slip and fall accident, we can help. However, in our experience, slip and fall accident claims are time sensitive. Call our offices today for a free consultation to discuss your case.

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