Georgia Personal Injury Lawyer
One very common area of premises liability is slip and fall. This occurs when an unsafe condition such as a spill or slippery surface causes you to slip and fall down. A slip and fall can happen anywhere like a construction site, on private property, on the job, or at a retail establishment. If a serious injury occurs you could be able to receive restitution for lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering caused by your fall.
Slip and Falls Attorney
Slip and falls can happen anywhere and for any reason. Even a minor fall can mean serious injury. If the property owner or staff are negligent in looking after your safety, they are liable for a legal claim. Some of the most common causes of slip and falls include:
- Wet or slippery with no warning signage
- Uneven floors or pulled up carpet
- Poorly lit hallways or staircases
- Failure of staff to pick up fallen merchandise
- Broken or lacking guardrails or handrails
- Merchandise in aisles or sticking out into traffic area
Sadly, many people who are seriously injured in a fall suffer alone because they assume that their injury was caused by their own carelessness. This means that they are left to pay all their own medical bills and suffer lost wages from missed time at work. When one family member is seriously injured, the whole family suffers as well. If the fall happened due to an unsafe condition at a retail store or apartment complex, our Georgia Personal Injury Lawyers at The Berry Law Group do not think this is fair. No one should have to suffer because of a dangerous situation created by a retail store or apartment complex.
Call the Slip and Fall Lawyers
Slip and falls are one of the most common types of accidents that can occur and can often be very serious. A simple fall can lead to back injury, broken bones, head injury, paralysis and more.
If you or a loved one has been a victim of a slip and fall caused by the property owner's negligence, call The Berry Law Group, LLC right now and we'll start working with you to get you the compensation you deserve.