At Goldstein DeBiase of Windsor, we have the legal experience and resources to stand by our clients who have been seriously injured. A slip-and-fall accident happens quickly, and a legal claim must be pursued soon after it happens. Our lawyers are here to provide you with straightforward legal advice. Our record of success in helping injured people recover speaks for itself; our highly qualified legal team offers the best possible representation to help you secure results.
Seriousness of Slip-and-Fall Accidents
A slip-and-fall accident can result in serious injury. Regardless of whether an individual is already physically vulnerable, such as those using canes, walkers or other supports, a fall can cause broken bones and require long-term recovery and rehabilitation.
Several important legal requirements must be met in order to launch a successful claim, including notice requirements which, in some circumstances, can be as short as seven days.
In addition, gathering evidence about the circumstances that caused the accident must be done as soon as possible, before witnesses' memories fade and physical evidence deteriorates.
Leamington Trip-and-Fall Injuries Lawyers
Our Windsor lawyers have the slip-and-fall accident claim experience clients require. Our lawyers have represented many individuals who have suffered serious injury, and we have brought claims against:
- Retail stores
- Municipalities and townships, for accidents caused by broken sidewalks, black ice and inadequate snow clearance
- Private homes and rental properties
- Commercial establishments
These parties have a responsibility to keep their premises safe for pedestrians. When a property owner fails to take reasonable care to clear the area of hazards and a serious injury results, the injured person can take legal action to pursue compensation and to ensure the owner will take better care of his or her property in the future.
Slip-and-fall accident claims are time-sensitive. Our firm can give you the advice and representation you need to assert your legal rights. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact us online or call us at 519‑253‑5242, toll free at 1‑866‑422‑0282.