If you are injured in a slip-and-fall accident at a private home, apartment building, store, or other place, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Icy parking lots or walkways, wet floors, dark or damaged stairways, loose floor tiles, or loose or damaged carpeting are common sources of compensable slip-and-fall injuries.
Compensation for your slip-and-fall/premises liability injuries can include payment of all related medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of enjoyment of life, such as being unable to perform activities you enjoyed prior to your injuries, and the value of any other costs or losses that are a direct result of your injuries.
It is often crucial that you seek legal advice immediately if you have been injured in a slip-and-fall/premises liability accident. Contact us to discuss your slip-and-fall/premises liability case. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation either over the telephone or in one of our convenient office locations. If you are unable to visit us, we will visit you at your home or in the hospital.
Why You Should Call Us Right Now
Waiting too long could impact how much money you can potentially recover from your case. You should act quickly to be sure that critical statements and evidence are collected as soon as possible. Statutes of limitations, insurance coverage and policy limits, as well as other factors, need to be considered.
We offer a free, no-obligation consultation either over the telephone or in one of our convenient office locations. If you are unable to visit us, we will visit you at your home or in the hospital. But please, don’t wait. Contact us right now for your free consultation.
Put Our Experience To Work For You!
The attorneys and staff at Solomon Law Firm have over 75 years of combined legal experience working with all types of injury cases and have tried and settled numerous personal injury and workers’ compensation cases for the benefit of our clients.
Solomon Law Firm often utilizes experts to help prepare your case and they are ready to act immediately to protect your interests. These experts often include doctors, vocational rehabilitation consultants, safety engineers, architects, construction experts, mechanical engineers and photographers.
These experts help to preserve evidence by evaluating medical records, and often conduct tests and analyses. Remember, we are not compensated, even for expenses for experts and other costs, unless you get paid.