Slip & Fall Accidents
Did someone else's negligence cause you to slip and fall? If so, rest easy with the knowledge that this office has been recovering the most money possible for injured clients- for over 30 years!
Cases Handled Include Falls From:
-Failure to remove snow/ice
-Failure to remove spilled substances
-Failure to safely maintain property
-Failure to remove tripping hazards
-Failure to exercise reasonable care
-Premises Liability: Residential
-Premises Liability: Commercial
-Premises Liability: Governmental
-Traumatic Brain Injury
-Emotional and Psychological Injuries
Expect After An Accident
The time after a Slip & Fall accident can be a critical time to document the incident, the cause of the incident, and to preserve evidence. Photos and videos of the scene, witness statements and other concerns such as the preservation of the potential defendants' video/digital recordings of the incident are critical elements of a case. Indeed business owners or property owners may "accidentally" delete a security video recording of your fall if it also shows them to be negligent. For these reasons amongst many others, contacting an attorney as soon as possible after a fall can be crucial. Contacting this office will allow you breathe free and easy, because you will have an immediate plan in place with us to document the injury, the cause of it, and preservation of all needed evidence. Questions about insurance and who is responsible for the area of the injury will be handled by this well experienced office! Chances are that you were referred to this office by someone you trust, who already knows from experience that you will be in the best hands possible by contacting this office.
We're a phone call away! The initial consultation is free and there will be no pressure and no worries about anything. If you decide to hire this office then the fee agreement will be a "Contingent Fee Agreement" which means that there will be no legal fee unless there is a recovery of money. If there is a recovery of money then the legal fee will be a percentage of the recovery (usually one-third of the total recovery, and sometimes 40% of the total recovery depending on the circumstances of the case)