Slip/Trip and fall accidents are commonly known as premise liability cases. The law states that a person who owns/leases/occupies/controls property is negligent if he or she fails to use reasonable care to keep the property in a safe condition. A person who owns/leases/occupies/ controls property must use reasonable care to discover any unsafe conditions and to repair, replace, or give adequate warning of anything that could be expected to harm others. Failure to act accordingly may make owner/controller liable any injuries caused by the dangerous condition on the property.
If you were injured because someone failed to clean up after a spill or post a caution sign, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Often times, the negligent party will claim they are not responsible because the dangerous condition was “open and obvious” and you should have watched where you were going.
An experienced attorney will fight for you and your rights under the law. We will walk you through the case and help you find the right doctors even if you do not have any health insurance. Call now for a free, no obligation, consultation. We are ready to serve you. If there is no recovery, you do not owe us a penny. No fees. No costs.