Slip & Fall Accidents

Slip & Fall Accidents

It's sad but true: Most people will suffer a slip, trip, and fall accident at some point in their lives. Falls account for over 8 million hospital emergency room visits in a typical year, representing the leading cause of visits - 21.3%

Slip & Fall Accidents

Where Do Slip & Fall Accidents Happen?

A slip and fall accident can occur almost anytime, anywhere:

  • Employees file for compensation after suffering a personal injury in a workplace accident due to poor safety in the workplace.
  • A young woman could slip on freshly-mopped flooring in the mall that was not accompanied by a warning sign.
  • An elderly man could trip on uneven pavement during his morning walk.

Any of these accidents could result in broken bones, internal injuries, or head trauma. The property owner where the accident occurred may be held liable under state laws, allowing the victim to pursue a premises liability claim.

Victims should not hesitate to contact the 1-800-LAW-FIRM Legal Network right away to make sure they receive the compensation their injuries deserve. The owner of the property should have reasonably maintained it so that it was free from hazards. If they didn't, then an attorney frim the 1-800-LAW-FIRM Legal Network can help you to file a lawsuit and get help with your medical expenses, lost wages, and any emotional trauma.

You truly deserve the best representation for your case, so make sure you are retaining someone who is experienced, knowledgeable, and understanding of your specific situation.

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