Slip and Fall Lawyers
Injured in a Slip and Fall Accident? Get John Bales.
Property owners and managers are responsible for making sure their walkways are safe at all times. That means if you slipped and fell on someone else’s property because of a slick floor, broken step, or unsteady walking surface, the property owner may be held accountable for your injury-related expenses.
The slip and fall lawyers at John Bales Attorneys have seen the severe injuries that can result from falls. From broken bones to paralysis, your slip and fall accident may leave you unable to work and in need of expensive medical treatments. Let us help you get the compensation you need to recover—dial (800) 225-5564 or fill out a free initial consultation form today.
Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents
Sometimes slip and fall accidents are unavoidable because the property owner failed to maintain a walkway or post warning signs in dangerous areas. Common causes of these injuries include:
- Broken or Cracked Walkways
Whether it is a loose step, pothole, or cracked sidewalk, damaged walking surfaces can be unsafe and may cause serious injuries.
- Objects or Debris in Your Walking Path
Foreign objects in your walking path—or unseen debris on stairs—can present trip hazards.
- Wet, Waxed, or Polished Surfaces
Spills, leaks, and pooled rain water are safety hazards. Waxed or polished surfaces, such as hardwood, tile, or vinyl floors, also can cause you to slip and fall.
At John Bales, we are familiar with the causes of slip and fall accidents. Our slip and fall attorneys can investigate your accident and determine how and why it happened. And if it was because of someone’s negligence—or carelessness—we will do everything we can to hold that person responsible for your injury.
What John Bales Can Do for You
After a slip and fall accident, you need experienced and caring legal representation. With John Bales on your side, we will give you the personal attention you deserve. We are committed to answering your questions and keeping you updated on the status of your case.