Slip and fall accidents are “premise liability” claims. When a custodian or property owner is negligent they are usually liable for damages. Negligence in the maintenance, repair, and upkeep of a property can cause injury to visitors and patrons.
Many states have laws which require owners and merchants to maintain their property. Business and property owners have a duty to provide a safe environment on their premises. When they fail in this duty, they can be held negligent for accidents resulting in injuries and property damage.
Reasonable care includes keeping floors, passageways, and staircases in a safe condition. In particular, those which might give rise to damage like wet floors that cause a patron to slip and fall.
Do you have an injury because of an unsafe environment? You may have a liability claim and eligible for damages for your injury. Our personal injury lawyers at The Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess can help you to file suit against the negligent party. We can help to ensure that you receive compensation for your injuries so that you can maintain your way of life.
We help you with every aspect of your case. We can provide witness and expert testimony. Haggling with insurance companies to make sure your medical bills are paid is one of our areas of expertise. If you don’t receive a fair settlement, we are not afraid to bring your case to court. You may be able to receive financial compensation for lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering.
Our Offices work on a no win/no pay basis. If we don’t recover funds for you, we don’t get paid. Our consultations are usually free as well. So, if you’re putting off contacting a lawyer because you don’t think you can afford it, you can!
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