Slip and Fall

Fighting For Your Rights After A Slip And Fall Injury

I’ve Just Suffered A Slip And Fall Injury. What Do I Do Next?

Anyone who has suffered a “Slip and Fall” injury knows how much physical damage such accidents can cause. Broken bones or fractures as well as slipped discs and brain injuries are just a few of the many damages one can suffer in these incidents. Have you or a loved one been injured by slipping or tripping and then falling due to a dangerous condition on the premises? Let’s talk about the circumstances and then we’ll find out whether your accident was caused by the neglect of the owner or person in charge of the premises – the one that left the premises in disrepair or in a dangerous condition. Having Menkes Law on your side can be crucial, and can make the difference in getting you the compensation you deserve. 

What Happens Next?

On your first appointment with your personal injury attorney, bring all the records, medical and otherwise, you have that document your injuries and treatment. Your lawyer will help you gather more evidence and witness accounts, deal with the responsible party’s insurance company, and begin the process of filing a lawsuit to help you get the compensation you deserve. Usually, your lawyer will advise you on the steps you can take to boost your chances of getting a fair settlement. Don’t wait to start the process – there is usually a statute of limitations that governs when you can file. Contact our experienced personal injury team today.

Will My Slip And Fall Case Settle Or Go To Trial?

Even though many slip and fall cases settle out of court, it’s essential that you retain the services of an experienced trial attorney to represent you. A skilled lawyer with years of courtroom experience knows exactly what questions to ask to get to the truth, even when the other party is a large corporation or insurance company. Our battle-tested personal injury attorneys have that experience and will represent you aggressively to ensure you have the best chance to receive full compensation for your injuries. Book a consultation with one of our attorneys today.