Slip And Fall
Did you slip in a store or trip on a sidewalk? Did you get injured somewhere other than your home? An accident on someone else’s property can be shocking, embarrassing and traumatic. You may not understand your rights and the process for which you can receive compensation for your injuries. That’s where we come in.
If you are injured on someone else’s property, it is important to do the following:
1. Report the accident to the property owner immediately;
2. Ask to fill out paperwork to document your accident;
3. Ask for the names and contact information of any potential witnesses;
4. Save any photographs that you took at the scene of the accident;
5. If you are in pain, seek emergency medical care and tell the doctor about all of your injuries; and 6. Leave the rest to the lawyers at Moaddel Kremer.
There are special rules that deal with accidents that occur on someone else’s property. It takes an experienced attorney to investigate your accident to prove that the property owner’s negligence caused your injuries. We here at Moaddel Kremer are experienced in analyzing different types of dangerous conditions such as uneven sidewalks, wet floors, objects in walkways, falling objects, unsafe equipment, unsafe stairs, failure to provide adequate security and the list goes on.
A property owner must comply with various state and federal codes that impose numerous requirements on property owners to maintain their property in a safe condition. There must be regular inspections of the property and repairs must be performed to potentially hazardous or dangerous conditions. Sometimes it takes an expert in the industry to evaluate what the property should have done differently to prevent your accident.
The property owner will almost surely have an insurance company and an army of attorneys to dispute all your claims. That’s where we come in, we are here to help. Moaddel Kremer will work on your behalf to hold the property owner accountable for your accident.
If you were injured as a result of the negligence of a property owner, you are entitled to be compensated for your damages. The damages you can recover for include medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
To speak to one of our experienced premises liability lawyers about your case, schedule a free, no obligation case consultation by completing our online form, or by calling +1 (844)-662-3335.