Slip, Trip, and Fall Accidents

Slipping or falling can result in serious injuries that lead to high medical costs, wage loss, and other kinds of damages that affect your quality of life.

When a slip, trip, or fall accident happens on property that belongs to someone else, you might be able to receive financial compensation to help cover these costs and other damages.

Business owners, homeowners, and other property owners in Arizona are expected to provide a safe environment at all times. When you are hurt on someone else’s property through no fault of your own, it’s important to have legal assistance to determine if you are eligible to receive financial compensation based on premises liability law. East Valley Injury Law has a team of attorneys available to provide you with this kind of guidance.

Common Types of Slip, Trip, and Fall Injuries

When you are injured on another person’s property, your injuries can range from mild to severe. While mild injuries might not result in serious problems for you, severe injuries can cause major problems, including disability or chronic medical conditions. Some of the more common kinds of slip, trip, and fall injuries that can occur include bruises, scrapes, broken bones or fractures, head injuries, joint dislocations, and spinal cord injuries. These injuries can lead to significant medical expenses or cause you to lose wages if you are unable to continue working or if you miss out on weeks or months of work while healing.

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Causes of Slip, Trip, and Fall Accidents

Slip, trip, and fall accidents can happen under a wide range of circumstances, such as slipping on wet floors or tripping on uneven sidewalks. Other common causes of these types of accidents include torn carpets, holes, poor lighting, unsafe stairs, walkway obstructions, and uneven flooring. Property owners are expected to prevent these hazards from occurring or at least providing a warning about them, such as with signage for slippery floors. When a property owner’s failure to maintain a safe environment results in injuries, you should explore your options for being financially compensated.

East Valley Injury Law Will Fight for Your Claim!

The window to sue for damages that you are rightly entitled to is closing quickly! In addition, the deadlines and filing procedures are a confusing mess — designed to trip you up!

You need an experienced personal injury attorney on your side who knows how to navigate this complex law. Contact East Valley Injury Law immediately if you have been injured in an accident due to someone else’s negligence.

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