Common Slip-And-Fall Injuries We Help Our Clients Recover From
Some of the injuries commonly associated with a slip-and-fall accident include:
- Spinal cord damage
- Head injuries
- Knee injuries
- Neck and back injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Head trauma
- Broken bones
- Brain damage
- Internal injuries
Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may be temporarily disabled, or even permanently unable to work. The costs associated with a severe injury can be catastrophic in terms of your financial situation. These types of injuries impact your family and your livelihood.
Our lawyers will fight on your behalf, holding the property owner accountable for failing to maintain a safe environment. We bring over 75 years of combined legal experience and trial success to your case.
A Slip-And-Fall Can Happen Anywhere — A Claim Can Be Brought Against Any Property Owner
- Retail stores and restaurants often have wet or slippery floors when an area has been mopped.
- Carpeting may be torn, or the edge of a rug in tatters.
- Pallets or cartons may be sitting in the middle of a grocery aisle.
Any time there is a risk present to those on the property, it should be clearly marked so that patrons or visitors are aware of the potential danger. When property owners or managers fail to make others aware of the risk, they may be held responsible for the damages when someone is injured or dies as a result.
Whether negotiating with the responsible party and their insurance company, we will aggressively advocate to ensure you are fairly compensated for what you have been through and for losses and damages that may come up in the future.
We Handle All Upfront Legal Costs — Get A Free Consultation Today
Each year, more than 1 million individuals slip and fall. Approximately one-third of these accidents occur in the workplace. Whether your accident occurred at work or you were injured at a retail store, we are ready to fight on your behalf for your maximum compensation.
Please call Schmitt Law Firm, LLC today at 816-400-1000 or email us to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys. We handle all upfront legal costs of your case, and we only get paid if we obtain a positive settlement or verdict in your case.