Best Slip and Fall Accident Lawyer

Our slip and fall injury attorneys can help you receive compensation for your injuriesWhether your accident occurred at work, the grocery store, a parking lot, or on someones' property, our lawyers have the experience, drive, and dedication to handle your accident injury case effectively.

slip-and-fall-injurySlip and fall accidents are more common than people realize, leaving many victims with serious injuries and financial loss. 

We understand that covering medical bills and expenses is not always easy after suffering a slip and fall accident. Many victims must pay incurred medical costs out of their own pocket or under their health insurance policy until both parties can reach a settlement.

That's why our premises liability lawyers work on a contingency basis, meaning you pay nothing unless your attorney wins your case. Our lawyers put their client's best interests first and make their priorities their own. They aim to lessen your stress by eliminating some of the financial burden. 

Our litigation team works tirelessly to aggressively negotiate with insurance companies, collect eyewitness accounts, perform thorough investigations, and, if needed, take your case to trial.

Premises liability laws can be complicated and intricate. Trying to navigate the legal system alone would be a mistake that may cost your case a positive outcome. Contact an experienced slip and fall injury lawyer for professional legal help today!   


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What Is Premises Liability?

It is the responsibility of a business owner or homeowner to keep their premises safe. If you have sustained an injury due to a slip and fall accident and you believe the owner was negligent in maintaining their property, then you may have the right to file a claim against the premises owner.premises-liability-injury

Oftentimes, slip and fall accident injury victims may be entitled to receive compensation for:

  • Pain and Suffering 
  • Medical Expenses
  • Lost Wages 
  • Rehabilitation Costs 
  • Loss of Enjoyment Of Life


What To Do If You Have Been In A Slip And Fall Accident? 

If you have fallen victim to a slip and fall accident, there are several important steps you should follow if you are considering hiring an attorney and proceeding with a lawsuit against the negligent party:

  • Do not admit fault verbally or written
  • Obtain the names of premises owners
  • Take pictures of the accident scene
  • Take pictures of injuries
  • Speak with any witnesses
  • See a medical professional immediately
  • Do not give a recorded statement to insurance adjusters

One of our experienced slip and fall injury attorneys will help you proceed with your lawsuit by:slip-and-fall-attorney

  1. Gathering Evidence: This is evidence against the premises owner proving they were negligent in maintaining the property, which led to your slip and fall injury

  2. Assess Injuries and Medical Treatment: Your slip and fall injury attorney will review your medical records to evaluate the extent of your wounds. Your attorney may recommend you seek more treatment.

  3. Negotiate a Settlement: It will be up to your attorney to negotiate with the premises owner or the insurance company regarding a fair settlement for the injuries you sustained. 


How Our Slip and Fall Injury Attorneys Can Help You

Slip and fall injury cases are hard to handle on your own. Our personal injury attorneys will work with you to determine if you have a viable slip and fall case. In dealing with your claim, your slip and fall lawyer may:

  • Assess Injuries and Suggest Necessary Medical Treatment: Your attorney will review your medical records to evaluate the extent of your injuries. Our attorneys work with medical experts who can testify about the necessary medical treatments and rehabilitation procedures needed for you to make a full recovery. A medical expert will evaluate the extent of your injuries to help ensure you are fully compensated for damages.

  • Gather Evidence:  This helps prove that the owner or occupier was negligent in maintaining the property and contributed to your injuries. This is done by:
    • Visiting the scene of the accident
    • Taking photographs of the dangerous condition
    • Questioning potential witnesses
    • Reviewing available video surveillance to establish how long the unsafe condition existed
    • Obtaining copies of accident reports
    • Reviewing the businesses' operational records and cleaning logs
  • Negotiate a Settlement: In some cases, the slip and fall attorney may negotiate an agreement directly with the property owner or its insurance company. Cases often settle because property owners and their insurance companies seek to avoid the costs and negative media reports associated with a jury trial. If these negotiations do not result in an adequate settlement offer, your personal injury attorney will prepare to take the case to trial.


Our Slip and Fall Injury Attorneys Can Help

It is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible following a slip and fall accident. Over time, key pieces of evidence may become lost or destroyed, and eyewitnesses often forget some of the most important case details. If the case demands it, our attorneys will take depositions of store employees to establish that the area where the accident occurred was not regularly cleaned or maintained. 

Remember, the moment you are injured, the clock counts down to the day the statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit runs out.

If you have been injured on someone else's property, and you believe it was due to their negligent actions, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Let our team of experienced slip and fall attorneys help with your injury claim.


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Frequently Asked Slip and Fall Questions


Hiring a slip and fall lawyer does not require any upfront legal expenses because they work on contingency.

Working on contingency means that the client does not pay anything upfront, and the lawyers only collect a small percentage during the final settlement.

Operating on a contingency fee basis is very helpful to slip and fall victims, since they can be confident that their lawyers will do everything they can to optimize their final settlement.


When it comes to the length of time it takes to settle, premises liability lawsuits can greatly vary.

First, you should contact an attorney soon after your slip and fall accident. Waiting to secure an attorney can draw out the settlement process, especially if you try to file a lawsuit without legal representation. 

Second, how bad the accident was and the degree of the injuries can cause the case length to vary. In many cases, insurance companies want to wait until the victim's injuries are entirely healed and the medical bills are totaled before settling. Discussing your options with an expert law firm is very beneficial since they can set up a medical lien. A medical lien makes it so that you do not have to pay any out-of-pocket medical bills until your case is settled.

Finally, it depends on the settlement size and when you can get a court date (if you cannot settle in mediation). If you are prepared to accept a smaller settlement, then your lawyer can wrap up your case in a few months. If you are going after a greater settlement, the process is lengthier and could end up going to trial.


If you were involved in a slip and fall accident while in a public setting or on the job, you may wonder if you should hire a slip and fall lawyer. If you were injured as a result of your accident, then you should absolutely contact an attorney.

However, if you did not suffer any injury, or your injury was not bad enough to get medical treatment then you should not hire a premise liability lawyer. You will not qualify to take legal action if you did not sustain any serious injury.


The worth of a premises liability case is dependent on many different factors, including:

  • The amount of insurance coverage that is available
  • The wages you lost for missed time at your job
  • The full extent of your injuries

Depending on the details of your accident, your lawyer can draft a demand letter to give a pretty accurate estimate of the total expenses related to your accident.