Sound Guidance After A Slip-And-Fall Accident

A fall on someone else's property can occur under a variety of circumstances. While a slip-and-fall can initially seem like a minor incident, a bad fall can result in devastating injuries and long-lasting consequences.

When you suffer a slip-and-fall on public or private property, you may be able to bring a claim against the property owner.

At Shulman Kessler LLP, we can help. Our experienced personal injury attorneys can investigate your accident and pursue compensation that will allow you to get back on your feet.

A Fall Can Happen When You Least Expect It

A bad fall can occur anywhere regardless of weather or property conditions, including in a retail store, supermarket, restaurant, bar, hotel and more. We can assist when an injury occurs due to a wide array of circumstances, including:

  • Torn carpeting
  • A broken staircase or railing
  • Cracked pavement or pot holes in a street, parking lot or parking garage
  • Cracked or uplifted sidewalks or curbs
  • Wet floors with inadequate warning signs
  • Poor lighting
  • Unreasonable snow or ice buildup

The Investigation

When bringing a claim against a property owner, it must be proven that the owner either created the dangerous condition, knew of its existence yet failed to correct it, or that the condition existed for so long that the owner should have reasonably known about it and fixed it.

Your own actions are also crucial. We thoroughly investigate the accident to prove that you acted reasonably given the circumstances.

Consult With Our Experienced Lawyers Today

Our attorneys hold negligent parties accountable for the conditions that led to your injuries. Damages can provide necessary financial relief for medical expenses, property damage, potentially lost wages, and pain and suffering. We understand the challenges you face after an accident and provide the personalized service you deserve.

Schedule a free consultation with us. Call 888-831-8615 or email us.

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