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Slip and Fall

If you have sustained an injury while on the property of another, from head injuries to broken bones—you may be able to use premises liability to gain compensation for your injury. Generally, a claim arises when an accident occurs due to negligence of the property or failure to warn individuals about dangerous conditions. You may have been injured as a result of:

  • Broken or uneven sidewalk
  • Broken stairs or nails sticking out of stairs
  • Icy or slick sidewalk or walkway
  • A poorly lit stairwell
  • Debris on a construction site
  • Torn carpet in a home, business, or retail establishment
  • A pot hole in a parking lot
  • A collapsing balcony or rotted deck
  • A wet or slippery floor in a supermarket or other retail establishment
  • Other dangerous conditions

It’s important to have an experienced lawyer on hand who knows how prosecute a premises claim correctly. You must report all accidents immediately, and be able to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the store, homeowner or other individual was negligent and allowed the accident to occur. If you are injured as a result of negligence, get in touch with us immediately for your free consultation.

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