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Connecticut Slip-And-Fall Lawyers

Slip-and-fall accidents are the most frequent types of premises liability cases and can result in serious injury or death. Premises liability laws hold property owners accountable for any injury that a person may receive while on their property due to dangerous conditions. In fact, slip-and-fall accidents are one of the most common types of premises liability claims.

Like other premises liability cases, slip-and-fall accidents can happen anywhere, anytime. Depending on the severity of your fall, you could end up with just a few cuts and bruises or a serious personal injury, which may include broken bones and deep lacerations. In some instances, injuries sustained from slipping, tripping or falling can have a permanent, negative impact on the rest of your life. If you or someone you love has been hurt from one of these accidents, your family could be eligible for compensation. Our Connecticut slip-and-fall lawyers have the experience, passion and knowledge to successfully pursue justice for you.

Common Factors Involved In Fall Injuries

While there can be a multitude of situations where a person can be injured by falling, some common factors that lead to slip-and-fall accidents include:

  • Broken steps
  • Torn or loose carpeting
  • Cracked sidewalks
  • Manholes
  • Steps without warning
  • Ice or snow
  • Overgrown moss or grass
  • Uneven ground
  • Wet or slick floors
  • Poor lighting
  • Parking lot potholes
  • Lack of handrails or grab bars
  • Small, scattered objects

As always, it is generally a good idea to try and be aware of your surroundings and to pay attention while you are walking – especially if you find yourself in any of the areas listed above. However, if you do happen to fall as a result of a dangerous area not being marked accordingly – or perhaps due to a slippery surface that could have been made less slippery – we can help.

What Costs Are Involved In Hiring A Lawyer?

At our firm, we proudly operate on a contingency fee basis — which means that we do not charge for our fees and services unless we obtain a settlement for you. A contingency fee also means that it’s in our best interests to obtain the largest settlement for your lawsuit that we possibly can. Furthermore, if you are unsure if you have a case of not, we offer a FREE initial case evaluation – where our team will assess the available information on your incident, and then determine if you have grounds to file a claim. If so, we will advise you on the best way to move forward.

Need Help? Contact Our Slip-And-Fall Injury Attorneys Today.

The seasoned lawyers at Jonathan Perkins Injury Lawyers regularly assist individuals injured in slip-and-fall accidents. Our team closely examines what role your actions played to help determine if you are at least partially responsible for your injuries – and then we shape your case accordingly and present a powerful argument on your behalf in court or at the negotiation table.

If you have been wrongfully injured, contact our experienced team of legal professionals. We proudly offer you:

  • Free initial consultation
  • Flexible appointment schedule
  • Home visits for clients without transportation
  • Personal service through the Perkins case management system

Our team of attorneys has over 140 years of combined legal experience, combined with the knowledge and resources to handle your slip-and-fall litigation. We strongly believe that individuals and companies need to be held responsible for their negligence and with this in mind, we are prepared to fight for your MAXIMUM compensation benefits in a court of law.

We have offices in New Haven, Bridgeport, Hartford, Waterbury and New London, and serve clients throughout Connecticut. Our team of investigators is ready to visit you to discuss your new case whenever you are ready.

To contact us today, please call 800-PERKINS!

Alternatively, to get started immediately, simply fill out the “Free Case Evaluation” form – it’s 100% FREE and strictly confidential.