If you’ve been injured on the premises of another party, whether you tripped over debris, slipped on a wet walkway that hadn’t been cleared, or even hurt yourself trying to avoid stepping on their cat, the fact is you have rights. And if your injuries resulted in medical expenses, the other party may be liable for those costs.
Accidents happen, and while they are an often unavoidable fact of life, that doesn’t excuse responsibility or exempt liability. Property owners have a legal responsibility to take appropriate precautions against accidents. From slippery lobbies to poorly organized parking lots to inadequate lighting that invite trouble, you may be entitled to fair compensation for your expenses, damages and more.
It’s always advisable to seek medical attention right away, and seek legal advice to learn your options. We’ll work with you to protect your rights and get you the fair compensation that you deserve. With years of experience representing slip and fall victims, we know the law and how to put it to work for you.