Middlebury Slip & Fall Injury Attorneys
Fighting for the Treatment You Need and the Compensation You Deserve
One of the most common types of premises liability claims are those involving slip and fall accidents. When a business owner or property manager fails to maintain a safe environment for their guests and clients, it can cause a fall that results in severe injuries.
At Griffin Injury Law, LLC, our legal team has decades of experience negotiating and litigating on behalf of those injured in slip and fall accidents. Our Middlebury slip and fall injury attorneys are committed to fighting for the compensation that you need and deserve. When you join us for a free consultation, we can carefully evaluate your case, determine how much your claim is worth, and help you take the necessary actions to recover maximum compensation for your losses.
Factors Involved in Fall Injuries
There are numerous types of situations that can lead to slip and fall injuries. No matter how cautious you try to be on someone else’s property, an unknown tripping hazard might arise at any moment.
Some of the most common factors that cause slip and fall accidents include:
- Wet floors
- Broken steps
- Uneven surfaces
- Poor lighting
- Loose rugs
- Scattered objects
- Lack of handrails
- Objects in walkways
- Poor lighting
- Ice and snow
- Broken sidewalks
Another leading cause of slip and fall injuries is when a premises owner or manager fails to warn of a dangerous condition on their property. If the owner knows or should reasonably know of the unsafe conditions, they must provide a clear warning for their visitors or customers. Otherwise, they could be held liable for any injuries that occur as a result of the hazardous condition.
Common Slip & Fall Injuries
Unfortunately, slip and fall accidents often lead to much more than a few scratches and bruises, especially for the elderly. In fact, several claims involve serious injuries that have a long-term impact on the lives of the victims and their families.
Slip and fall victims may suffer from a range of injuries, including:
- Bone fractures
- Shoulder dislocation
- Head, neck, and back injury
- Broken ribs
- Orthopedic injuries
- Traumatic brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Limb amputations
In some cases, you may need to go to the hospital immediately for emergency treatment. When your injuries do not require immediate medical attention, make visiting your doctor a priority. Your ability to recover compensation is directly linked to the professional documentation of your injuries and the cost of your medical bills.
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