Arizona Slip & Fall

If you’ve been injured in a Slip and Fall, we understand how painful and complicated your situation can be. The consequences of these accidents are more than physical, as the mental anguish and financial stress can quickly accumulate and prolong your recovery process. The situation can feel all the direr if the accident was caused by third-party negligence.

You shouldn’t have to financially suffer after an accident you didn’t cause. Negligent individuals believe they won’t be held accountable for their actions, but with the help of Morgan & Morgan, you can stand up to the bully and fight for the compensation you deserve.

In the most difficult moments of your life, we have your back. Our attorneys have the necessary experience, knowledge, and resources to give your case the best possible outcome. With over $9 billion won for our clients and more than 700 trial-ready attorneys, you can rest easy knowing your case is in good hands. Fill out a free, no-obligation case evaluation form to get started.

No Fee Unless We Win

Many personal injury firms carry expensive price tags for their service, even if they haven’t seen the inside of a courtroom in years. Morgan & Morgan is the opposite. We strongly believe that everyone should be able to afford comprehensive representation, especially after a painful accident. That’s why we operate on a contingency basis—meaning it costs nothing to hire us and we only get paid if we win. 

What a Slip and Fall Case Looks Like

Arizona property owners are legally and ethically required to provide a safe environment for all those who enter their premises. When property owners slack on required maintenance and upkeep, it allows hazardous conditions to emerge and puts innocent people at risk for injury. Here are a few examples of hazardous conditions:

  • Liquid spills
  • Broken/neglected stairwells
  • Little to no access to safety railings
  • Potholes, ledges, uneven walkways

Some of these scenarios can be remedied quickly, but others require a more lengthy repair. When the dangerous condition can’t be fixed in a timely manner, it is the responsibility of the property owner to post some sort of warning. This can take the form of caution tape or a wet floor sign, but must clearly state the risk of traversing the area. If the property owner fails to do this and you are injured, they could be held liable. 

Falls at Home

If you reside in a rental property, you likely rely on your property manager or landlord to handle maintenance and general upkeep of the living area. Your landlord is required to perform the maintenance that is defined in your lease, and a failure to do so would be considered negligent behavior. If the careless actions of your landlord resulted in your injury, contact an attorney for more information. 

Value of a Case

Slip and Fall cases can vary depending on the situation surrounding the accident. A Slip and Fall lawyer can evaluate your circumstances, gauge your injuries, and determine the best strategy for securing the compensation you deserve. An attorney will consider:

  • Severity of your injury
  • Timeline of your recovery
  • Emotional distress 
  • Lost wages
  • Any other expenses surrounding your injury

Getting Started With Morgan & Morgan

If you or a loved one have been injured in a Slip and Fall accident, contact Morgan & Morgan. We understand the price for your pain is infinite, which is why we’ll never settle for less than you deserve.

Complete a free, no-risk case evaluation to get started.

Disclaimer: Cases may be referred to and handled by another law firm as referral counsel.

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