Slip and Fall
All property owners are required to maintain their premises to ensure the safety of guests and tenants. When an unsafe hazard exists, a guest or tenant could slip and fall. The property owner may then be liable for the person’s injuries. Our attorneys provide years of courtroom experience to families and individuals who have been injured due to a property owner’s negligence.
At the Law Office of Brock Duke, we understand the hardships that can be caused by a property owner’s carelessness. The Law Office of Brock Duke premises liability attorneys can help with a variety of issues such as medical bills, loss of employment, disability, and many other difficult situations.
Types of Slip and Fall Cases
- Slip and Fall: The surface is slippery and causes the person to fall down.
- Trip and Fall Accidents: An object located in a walkway causes an individual to trip and fall.
- Stump and Fall: An object located in a walkway causing an individual to stub a toe and fall.
- Step and Fall: When the walking surface is unstable and collapses causing a person to fall (i.e. bridge or porch).
Property owners have a duty to remove hazards and provide ample warning to protect guests and visitors from injury.
If you or a loved one has been injured, the Law Office of Brock Duke’s experienced attorneys may be able to recover damages on your behalf. This could include compensation for medical bills, pain, and suffering, inability to work, or loss of income. Let our premises liability attorneys get to work for you.