Memphis Slip and Fall Lawyer
Helping Those Injured By Unsafe Premises
The first word that usually comes to mind when you think of a slip and fall accident is probably "clumsy". However uncoordinated you may feel at times, if your slip and fall accident occurred as the result of a slippery floor or uneven stairs, the property owner may be to blame for your accident, not your grace.
According to the National Safety Council, slip and fall accidents are attributed the single largest cause of Emergency visits; and according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, once at the hospital, the average cost for treating a Mississippi slip and fall injury is approximately $28,000.
If you feel you have been injured in a slip and fall accident as the result of another person's negligence—don't suffer the pain and the cost, contact our Memphis Slip and Fall Lawyer. As a premises liability victim, you have the right to file a claim for your medical expenses and pain and suffering.
Proving negligence in a premises liability case can be difficult because a property owner is not responsible simply because someone was injured on his or her property. The injured person must first prove:
The condition of the property was dangerous.
The owner knew, or should have known, about the unsafe condition on the property.
The owner had a reasonable timeframe to correct the condition or openly warn people of the unsafe area on the property.
Business and property owners have the duty to maintain their property for customers, pedestrians, and other visitors, and effectively warn people of possible dangers. When landowners fail to uphold to this safety standard, it is the duty of our personal injury lawyers to make sure justice is served. You can count on our reliable premises liability lawyers—we get results.
Our personal injury lawyers are available around the clock. Call us for your free initial consultation.
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