A slip and fall accident on public or private property can result in serious injuries to the victim. If such an accident has as its underlying cause negligence on the part of the property owner, a personal injury case may be feasible in which the victim can seek legal recourse for the damages and losses connected to his or her injuries.
If you or someone you know has suffered serious injuries due to a slip and fall accident of this nature in Frederick or in the surrounding counties of Washington, Carroll, or Montgomery, it is in your best interests to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney. Our Frederick slip and fall lawyer can meet with you at no charge to review and evaluate your case and advise you on its legal aspects.
A property owner is responsible for handling hazardous conditions on his or her property which have the potential for causing accidents to anyone who visits the premises. Such hazardous conditions must be corrected by the property owner in a timely manner. They can include such conditions as broken stairs, poor or inadequate lighting in hallways, stairwells, or other areas, broken tiles, torn carpeting, potholes, or other dangers which can result in accidents. Slip and fall accidents can also include tripping and falling over an obstacle on floors, surfaces, or pathways, stumping over an impediment on a walking surface and falling, or stepping into a hole or unexpected surface and falling.
In the case of a personal injury occurring on another's property due to the owner's negligence, an injury claim or lawsuit can be filed. You may be able to recover financial compensation for medical expenses connected with your injuries, for the loss of wages due to your inability to work after such injuries, and compensation for your pain and suffering and potential future medical bills. The Frederick slip and fall attorney at the firm can represent you in any injury claim or lawsuit for this purpose.
Contact the Frederick Slip and Fall Lawyer at the firm today if you have been seriously injured in a slip and fall accident due to another party's negligence.