Law Firm Handles Slip and Fall Cases

Trustworthy Firm Handles Slip and Fall Cases

A premises liability attorney fights for your right to compensation

Premises liability holds property owners accountable for injuries that occur on their property. A landowner has a duty to keep their property reasonably safe for anyone who enters its premises. If a landowner neglects that duty and someone becomes injured,  the landowner may have to compensate the injured party. For more than 25 years, our firm has represented clients in premises liability cases, helping them get back on their feet physically and financially. Premises liability injuries can have many causes, but some of the most common are:personal injury attorneys

Slippery floors

Broken chairs

Poor lighting

Defective handrails

Cracked steps


Uneven pavement

If you sustained an injury on another person’s property, call our law offices immediately to seek help with compensation.

Slip and fall facts

The most common type of premises liability injury results from a slip and fall accident. The law protects victims of slip and fall accidents whether they are invitees or licensees.  An invitee is someone who is invited onto land open to the general public, whether for business purposes, such as a shopper in a grocery store or in another public area like a park or community center. A licensee is someone allowed to visit property that is not open to the general public, such as a houseguest visiting a friend’s private home. The law is so serious about holding landowners accountable for injuries suffered on their premises that in certain cases it may even compensate trespassers or those who are considered partly at fault for their own injuries. 

Do I deserve compensation?

Courts generally ask the following questions in determining whether a victim deserves compensation from a landowner for an injury sustained on the landowner’s property:

Was there an unreasonable risk of harm on the land?

Did the landowner know or should they reasonably have known about the harm?

Did the landowner know or should they reasonably have known that the visitor would not appreciate the danger?

Did the landowner fail to take ordinary measures of care to protect the visitor?

An injured party must file a claim within a certain time period following an accident or injury, so if you answered yes to any of the above questions, call our office as soon as you can.accident lawyers

For a free consultation, call our office today. Our firm is committed to helping injured parties. We offer a contingency fee payment plan, which means you only pay legal fees if you win. Our attorney offers home and hospital visits as well as flexible office hours to meet everyone’s needs. Our office has plenty of parking and easy access to public transportation.