Slip/Trip And Fall


Slip/trip and fall cases(premises liability) arise when a person is injured because of a fall resulting from a dangerous condition existing on a walking surface. These accidents can occur on a city sidewalk or street, a retail store, office building or private residence. Many slip/trip and fall are caused by:

  • Uneven or misleveled sidewalks
  • Snow and ice
  • Slippery surfaces
  • Wet liquids left on aisles or floors
  • Faulty handrails
  • debris in parking lots, sidewalks and other places
  • Poor lighting or maintenance
  • Broken Stairs
  • Foreign objects on floors, such as litter, banana peels, etc.

We are dedicated to being as aggressive as it takes to win your case. We will thoroughly investigate the cause of your accident and pursue those responsible. We will help you pursue the compensation you that deserve for your injuries.To speak with us your slip/trip and fall case, please contact us to schedule a free consultation.


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