Get Help Proving Fault to Win Your Injury Claim!
Slip and falls are a common premises liability case personal injury law firms represent. After you or a loved one has been injured in a slip and fall or trip and fall accident, you need to contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. An Arizona slip and fall attorney will be able to help establish burden of proof to show who was at fault for any significant injuries or damages.
Establishing these two key components will also help determine whether or not you may be entitled to any compensation.
Time is not on your side when it comes to reporting a slip and fall accident injury. Schedule a free consultation with a Lerner and Rowe slip and fall accident lawyer today. Call or submit a free online case review form.
What are Slip and Fall Injuries?
A slip and fall or trip and fall injury occurs when your foot makes contact with an uneven, slippery, unstable or loose surface that causes you to lose your balance and fall down. Types of slip and fall injuries include:
- Twisted ankles
- Twisted legs
- Torn muscles
- Broken Bones
- Wrongful deaths
A few items that you as an injury victim can collect that may help us win compensation for injuries and damages after a slip and fall include:
- Copies of photos taken at the accident scene showing the cause of injury.
- Names and contact information of any witnesses.
- Copy of an incident report if there was one filed.
- Copy of medical receipts and records for medical care after the slip and fall.
Get Help from Skilled New Mexico & Arizona Slip and Fall Attorneys!
You should not delay contacting a New Mexico or Arizona slip and fall attorney for fear of attorney fees. Your initial consultation with one of Lerner and Rowe’s personal injury law firms is free. Plus, you won’t pay a fee unless you win. Don’t delay!
Call 844-977-1900 to schedule a free initial slip and fall case review, submit an online case review form today, or chat with a live representative now. Don’t let the fear of costly attorney fees stop you from contacting us. The consultation is free and you won’t pay unless you win.