Slip and Fall Accident

A slip and fall accident can involve more than a sense of embarrassment; it can cause serious injuries. We understand the issues related to premises liability matters and work with our clients to get the facts. Many questions are asked by clients who are shaken up and physically hurt by a trip and fall mishap. We are happy to answer those questions. Listed below are various resources on slip and fall accidents for your review. The following content on this page is provided for general informational purposes and is not necessarily specific to California State Law. Please call if you have questions.

Slip and Fall Accidents - An Overview

A slip and fall accident generally refers to a situation in which a person slips and falls or trips and falls due to a dangerous condition on someone else's property and is injured as a result. These cases fall under the broader category of cases known as "premises liability" cases, which refer to situations when an individual is injured on property or premises owned or maintained by someone else and the owner or possessor of the property is held liable for the injury. Slip and fall accidents can happen in a wide variety of places and involve various dangerous conditions. If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident, an experienced personal injury attorney can determine whether you have a case.

Common Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents

Slip and fall accident are extremely common and can happen in a variety of locations, including grocery stores, restaurants, office buildings and shopping malls or outdoors in parking lots or on sidewalks. While slipping and falling in a public place can be embarrassing, it can also be quite painful, resulting in serious injuries. If you or a loved one has been injured in a slip and fall or trip and fall accident, talk to an experienced personal injury attorney.

Liability of Retail Stores and Other Businesses

Retail stores and other businesses typically attract a large number of people who enter onto their premises to browse and shop or conduct other business. A large number of customers and other commercial traffic enter stores, offices and businesses every day, and slip and fall accidents are common in these venues. If you were injured after slipping or tripping and falling in a retail store or other business, the storeowner or business operator may be liable for your injuries. Contact a personal injury attorney for an analysis of your claim.

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