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Experienced Slip and Fall Accident Injury Attorney

As any experienced Slip and Fall Accident Injury Attorney will tell you, these types of accidents are widespread. The National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) states that “more than one million emergency room visits each year result from slip and fall accidents.” In fact, falls can cause severe injury and sometimes even fatal, especially if the victim was a senior. Therefore, if you slip, trip, or fall on someone else’s property, and you are injured, please do not assume that it was your fault, and you are responsible. Store managers, homeowners, etc., are responsible for maintaining the premises on which you feel may be liable for your injuries.

Suppose you or a loved one has been hurt or killed due to a slip and fall, the experienced, dedicated, and compassionate attorneys at Howe.Law are here to help. You may be able to recover monetary compensation for your lost income, pain and suffering, emotional distress, medical expenses, disability, and any other costs and losses you have suffered as a result of your slip, trip, and fall. Our Slip, trip, and fall accident injury attorneys have spent years helping clients in Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi obtains the maximum compensation for their injuries.

Common Causes of Slips, Trips, and Falls

When you are a lawful visitor on someone’s property, the owner of that property owes you a duty of care. They are responsible for keeping the premises safe for your visit. The duty of care applies whether you are a supermarket shopper, an employee, or a guest at someone else’s apartment. However, the specific requirements of that duty vary by situation. If the person responsible for maintaining the property leaves an exposed hazard that results in injury, you may be able to seek compensation from that party or their insurance provider.

Some of the more common causes of a slip, trip & fall injury include:

  • Slippery or wet floors after a spill
  • Wet or icy sidewalks, entrance ways, or parking lots
  • Uneven tiles or other flooring surfaces
  • Unexpected elevation changes in a floor surface
  • Uneven steps
  • Staircase collapse or broken railings
  • Narrow staircases
  • Change in the substance of a floor surface
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Unmarked holes, objects, or other hazards
  • Loose, moving carpet or rugs
  • Cracks or potholes in the sidewalk, parking lot, or street

When you are a guest on someone else’s property, you have the right to feel safe. If you were injured on someone else’s property in Georgia, Tennessee, or Mississippi, please reach out to a dedicated slip & fall injury lawyer at Howe. Law for advice and representation. Contact the compassionate and dedicated lawyers at Howe.Law today at 844-876-4357 for a free consultation.

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