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Slip & Fall Injuries

Slip and Fall Lawyer

Slip and Fall Injury Attorney | Oakland | Los Angeles | San Diego

A slip and fall injury is one of the most common causes of hospitalization in the US. Whether the accident happened from a height, or at ground level, slip and fall injuries can be serious and sometimes, fatal.

Some of the most common causes of a slip and fall injury include:

In most of these cases, someone else may be liable for your injuries. Even if you’re not sure who is responsible for your accident, our slip and fall personal injury lawyers can help answer your questions and determine who is liable.

There are a number of factors your attorney needs to consider before filing a slip and fall lawsuit. Some of these factors include:

If you or a family member has suffered slip and fall injury, The Barnes Firm is here to help. Our slip and fall accident attorneys can answer any questions you have, and filed a claim that could help you and your family get compensated for an injury.

Call us 24/7 or contact us online.

The Barnes Firm 1-(800) 800-0000


Slip & Fall Accidents

There are a number of hazards that can cause someone to slip, trip or fall. Some of the most common places for someone to slip and fall include:

If you’ve been injured in one of these accidents, you’re not alone. In fact, that’s one of the reasons why premises liability insurance exists.

All property owners have a responsibility to keep their home or business in a safe condition for customers and guests. If a property owner is found to neglect their duties, slip and fall victims may be compensated for their injuries.

This compensation can help pay for:

Each slip and fall accident is unique, and it’s important to discuss your legal options with an experienced attorney who has handled slip and fall lawsuits before.

The slip and fall lawyers at The Barnes Firm have a track record of getting injured victims of these accidents the best results possible. Contact us or call one of our personal injury attorneys to find out how we can help with your case.

The Barnes Firm 1-(800) 800-0000


Slip on Ice and Snow

For those in areas that get ice and snow, property owners have a responsibility to make sure parking lots and sidewalks are safe for people to use. This means removing any snow and ice (other other potential safety hazards like potholes) in a timely fashion.

Local laws allow property owners a “reasonable” amount of time to make repairs and remove any snow or ice from pathways.

For example: when someone falls on an icy parking lot in the middle of a snowstorm, the parking lot manager probably won’t be liable for your injuries — but if the incident happened days after the snowstorm had passed, the law considers that a ‘reasonable amount of time’ to remove the icy or snowy hazards that ultimately caused your injury.

There are other factors to consider, too.

Some snowy or icy areas may be man-made, or ultimately caused by someone else’s negligence.

For example: if there’s an unnatural build up of ice or snow caused by a leaking pipe, the property owner could be required to compensate you for any slip and fall injury directly linked to that leaking pipe.

If you’re still not sure how your accident may apply, call us. The Barnes Firm is available 24/7 to answer your questions.

The Barnes Firm 1-(800) 800-0000


What is Reasonable?

Did the property owner use their common sense? Was there something the property owner “should have known” was dangerous? Did the property owner use reasonable care to keep the property safe? A judge and jury will certainly take the answers to these questions into consideration.


Gathering Evidence in a Slip & Fall Accident

Whenever you or someone you know has slipped, tripped or fell from a height, there are several steps you could take to help your case. These include:

Even if didn’t take any pictures or obtain any statements, a slip and fall lawyer at The Barnes Firm will work with you to get as much information as possible.


Fall Down Stairs

As slip and fall attorneys, we’ve seen – and handled – many cases that involve defective or broken stairs.

All steps should have the same rise and depth, with visible edges. Some of the most common causes of a falls on stairways include:

We all have to be careful and watch where we’re going, but others must also be responsible for their property. That means taking care of it — and making it as safe as possible.


Who’s Liable?

There are several reasons why someone else could be held liable for your slip and fall injury. These reasons include:

If you’re still not sure if someone else owes you compensation for a slip and fall injury, our experienced personal injury attorneys can help. Contact us or call The Barnes Firm for a FREE consultation.

The Barnes Firm 1-(800) 800-0000