Were you injured in on someone else's property? Get the help of a Milwaukee slip and fall lawyer at Gruber Law Offices
Falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injury, and most fractures suffered by older adults are caused by falls, according to CDC.
If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property, it is in your best interests to consult with an experienced Milwaukee slip and fall accident attorney. You may be entitled to file a premises liability claim for compensation.
We have recovered millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for our injured clients. We are compassionate, hard working, and dedicated to aggressively pursuing full and fair compensation for you.
Why and Where Slip and Fall Accidents Occur
Falls also occur when people trip over obstacles (trip and fall), encounter sticky spots or impediments in the walking path (stump and fall), or fall when the foot meets a hole or failure in the walking surface (step and fall).
Property owners are required to use reasonable care in maintaining their properties.
Places where premises liability can happen include:
- Commercial Building
- Private Home
- Rental Home/Apartment
- Public Transportation
Types of Slip and Fall Cases
Common Types of Slips Trips and Falls Accidents Include:
- Elevator Accident
- Slip and Fall Accident
- Sidewalk Falls
- Raised Carpeting or Floor Boards
- Unsafe Building Injuries
- Negligent Security and Bar Fights
- Unsafe Conditions
- Retail and Restaurant Negligence
Injuries from Slip and Fall Accidents
- Concussion and traumatic brain injury
- Fractures, including broken hip or pelvis
- Neck and back injuries, including fractures and dislocations
- Shoulder injuries
- Torn ligaments and tendons in the legs, knees, feet, and wrists
Why You Need a Milwaukee Slip and Fall Lawyer
After serious slip and fall accident injuries , you need a dedicated legal team with knowledge, experience, and a history of success to represent you.
If you have been hurt in a slip and fall accident that was someone else’s fault, contact our office for a free case consultation.
Listed below are some general rules to help you decide whether someone else was at fault for your slip and fall injury:
- The owner of the premises or an employee caused the dangerous situation or permitted it to exist.
- The owner of the premises or an employee knew of the dangerous condition but did nothing to remedy it.
- The owner of the premises or an employee should have known of the dangerous condition because a “reasonable” person taking care of the property would have discovered and remedied it.
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