If you were the victim of a slip and fall accident, you need an attorney you can count on to fight for you
You need Munley Law
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 800,000 Americans go to the hospital each year because of a fall injury. Falls cause broken bones, fractures, and serious head injuries. As the victim of a slip and fall accident, you may be legally entitled to compensation for the costs associated with your injury, including the cost of medical treatment, lost wages for time you missed from work, and pain and suffering. An experienced slip and fall attorney at Munley Law can help make sure that you receive everything you are rightfully owed.
The Munley Law difference
For more than 55 years, the slip and fall attorneys at Munley Law have been representing accident victims across Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and Delaware. Our lawyers have consistently been named among the Best Lawyers in America by the legal guide Best Lawyers, and Munley Law has been listed among the nation’s Best Law Firms by U.S. News and World Report. Our results speak for themselves: we have recovered millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts on behalf of our clients. If you have suffered an injury in a slip and fall accident, contact us today for a free consultation. We will evaluate the details of your case at no charge, and answer any questions you may have about what to do next. Call (855) 866-5529 or fill out our contact form.
Slip and Fall Injuries FAQ
Q: Who is responsible for a slip and fall?
If you have slipped and fallen at a place of business or another person’s property, it’s important that you understand your legal rights. Proprietors, business owners, landlords, and homeowners have a duty to keep their property free from serious hazards. If they fail to do so, and someone gets hurt as a result, they may be held responsible.
Q: Why do slip and fall accidents occur?
Many factors contribute to slip and fall accident conditions. Some causes include:
- Uneven, broken sidewalks
- Poorly lit walking areas, such as a dark parking lot
- Slippery or wet floors
- Snow or ice that has not been removed after it has stopped accumulating
- Design flaws on the property
- A hidden defect on the walking service, like a broken stair
It is the owner’s responsibility to keep his property clear of dangers because any of the above conditions can lead to a serious accident. However, it is often more complicated than that. As the injured victim, you must prove liability in order to receive compensation for your injuries. That is why it is vital that you have an experienced slip and fall attorney on your side.
Q: How will a slip and fall attorney prove my case?
When you hire Munley Law, our team of lawyers will investigate your case thoroughly to determine who was at fault for your accident. We will examine such factors as:
- Could the property owner have prevented the slip and fall accident?
- What were the conditions of the property before the accident?
- Was the property owner aware of the conditions that lead to the accident?
- Did the proprietor make any effort to warn patrons/visitors of the hazard?
- Was the property owner the cause of the dangerous condition (such as spilling water on the floor, making it slippery)?
Q: Why should I choose a Munley Law slip and fall attorney to represent me?
These types of accidents can be difficult to prove fault. A property owner may blame you for your injuries. But don’t be fooled — even if you are partially to blame for the accident, you can still recover compensation because of the owner’s negligence. Only an experienced slip and fall attorney can prove responsibility and help you win your case.
If you had a slip and fall accident caused by someone’s carelessness, don’t wait any longer. Call us today at (855) 866-5529 or use our online contact form now to get in touch with one of our slip and fall injury attorneys.
“I recommend Munley Law. I was very satisfied with the results of my case and how Munley Law fought on my behalf. They were patient, helpful and very courteous.” – Joan
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