Slip and Fall Accident Claims

Slip and fall accident claims have different requirements depending on the circumstances and where the accident or injury occurred. There are many variables that must be evaluated when you or a family member have been injured in a slip and fall. Therefore, it is in your best interest to contact a slip and fall attorney near you for a case review. At HLH Law Group, we will meet with you personally for a FREE consultation. We are here to help. It is important to remember that there are time limits referred to as the statute of limitation within which you can file slip and fall and personal injury lawsuits, so you should seek prompt medical attention and legal advice if you have been injured.

It is important you consult with a personal injury attorney to discuss the facts surrounding your fall and your injuries. Slip and fall accidents can be extremely serious, causing unimaginable loss and devastation to the injured client and their family members.

If you were a guest of a business establishment and you were unaware of the dangerous condition(s) that caused your slip and fall accident and believe that the owner of the property where your accident occurred was negligent, you may have a slip and fall case. In slip and fall cases, your personal injury attorney must be able to prove that the accident was due to a dangerous condition that the owner was aware of but was negligent for not taking the necessary steps to fix the problem or condition.

At HLH Law Group we will work diligently to evaluate your slip and fall accident to determine if the owner of the property where you fell caused the dangerous condition or was negligent in maintaining the premises and if his or her failure to take the needed steps to repair the condition for an extended period of time resulted in your fall and your injuries, then you may have a viable slip and fall case.

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