Slip & Fall

Slip and fall is a term used for a personal injury claim in which a person slips, trips, or falls, and is injured on someone else’s property. These cases usually fall under the category known as “premise liability” claims, because slip-and-fall accidents usually occur on property (or “premises”) owned or maintained by someone else.

In some cases, injuries resulting from slip-and-fall accidents require only minor care, but in many other instances, such injuries can be much more serious, potentially resulting in life-altering consequences. For this reason, property owners who fail to keep their premises safe for others, causing slip-and-fall accidents to occur, may be held liable for their negligence.
The firm’s premise liability attorneys handle a wide range of slip-and-fall claims, including, but not limited to:

  • Slick flooring
  • Loose or uneven carpeting
  • Cracked sidewalks
  • Insufficient lighting
  • Debris or other walkway obstructions

In order to establish that a property owner knew of a possible hazardous condition, it must be shown that the owner created the condition, the owner knew the condition existed and failed to correct/address it, and the condition existed for such a length of time that the owner should have discovered and corrected it prior to the slip-and-fall incident in question. To efficiently prove such necessary elements, it is crucial to contact an experienced premise liability attorney. The skilled attorneys at the law firm of Neil H. Greenberg & Associates can afford you the representation you deserve and can ensure your legal rights are protected.

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