Have you or a loved one recently been injured from a fall on someone else’s property? If so, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills and missed wages. A skilled Pierce County slip and fall lawyer can meet with you, free of charge.
There is no risk to accept a free consultation about what happened to you. We urge you to reach out and take advantage of the free legal advice.
Falls are more pervasive and serious than most people realize. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), falls prompt about 3 million visits to the emergency room every year.
Here are a few other sobering facts about falls from the CDC:
If you’ve been left with steep medical bills after falling on someone else’s property, it may be time to involve a lawyer.
To be clear, not every fall is grounds for a personal injury claim. For instance, if the property owner provided clear signage alerting guests of hazard or if you were trespassing, you wouldn’t be eligible for compensation.
When investigating a slip and fall case, here are some of the questions a skilled lawyer will try to answer:
If it appears that the property owner has been negligent and that negligence resulted in your injury, you may wish to file a slip and fall claim. A settlement not only helps you recoup your financial losses, it also holds property owners accountable and makes our communities safer.
We do not recommend you file a slip and fall claim on your own. The process is not easy, and it can quickly turn into a case of “he said, she said” with property owners. Our experienced personal injury attorneys have access to experts and know how to build evidence to support your claim. In the event we are unable to arrive at a fair settlement, we’ll be prepared to take your case to trial.
Let us take the legal burden off your shoulders so you can focus on your healing.
According to Washington State law (RCW 4.16.080), you have only three years to file a personal injury claim if you’ve been injured on someone else’s property. Start the process today by calling a Pierce County slip and fall lawyer.
One of our attorneys would be happy to hear what happened to you and answer all your questions. If you’d prefer, we can meet with you at your home or hospital. Let us know how we can accommodate you.