PHOENIX SLIP AND FALL ATTORNEY
DID YOU SLIP AND FALL ON SOMEONE ELSE'S PROPERTY?
If you slipped and fell on someone else's property because of a dangerous condition on their property, then you may have something called a premises liability claim. These types of personal injury claims name the property owner or others charged with the care of the premises as defendants, claiming that their negligence and lack of appropriate care caused a hazard that led to the injury of a visitor or licensee on the property. If this describes something that happened to you, contact a Phoenix personal injury lawyer at Friedl Richardson to discuss your case.
ELEMENTS OF A SLIP & FALL ACCIDENT CASE
There are four major elements of every successful slip and fall case, which are:
If the aforementioned elements can be established, then a Phoenix slip and fall attorney from Friedl Richardson can represent you and hold the property owner accountable for their negligence so that you can recover the damages you deserve.
EXAMPLES OF COMMON SLIP AND FALL ACCIDENTS
To further define slip and fall cases, below we have described three different examples scenarios that constitute common slip and fall accident claims.
RETAINING A PHOENIX PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER
Friedl Richardson is a firm that is invested in your future. We go the extra mile to uncover the evidence needed to establish liability and recover the compensation our clients need. We are also committed to our community and sponsor a number of organizations and sports clubs. Schedule a free consultation with our firm today to discuss your case and your options with an experienced trial lawyer. Our team works toward a settlement when beneficial, but also prepares for trial so that we are ready to take on the insurance companies in court. Contact us today!
Recent Premises Liability Articles
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