click here to call 24/7 icon
New Orleans Slip & Fall Lawyers - caution it's slippery sign

New Orleans Slip & Fall Lawyers

New Orleans Slip & Falls

400 Poydras Street, Suite 1505
New Orleans, LA 70130


Rating Overview

five stars
based on942 reviews
Contact us today
  • $ Billion+ Won
  • + Lawyers Nationwide
  • The Fee is FreeTM, Only Pay If We Win
  • America’s Largest Injury Law Firm
  • Protecting Families Since 1988

New Orleans Slip & Falls

New Orleans is a great city for walking around, especially during Mardi Gras. When you stroll around the French Quarter or the Garden District, you shouldn’t have to worry about your safety. If you slip and are injured, that responsibility falls on property owners, not you.

If you sustained a slip and fall injury in New Orleans, we want to hear from you. We are experienced slip and fall attorneys, and we may be able to help you recover compensation for your injuries. Fill out a free case evaluation form to learn more.

Free Case Evaluation
Tell us about your situation so we can get started fighting for you. We tailor each case to meet our clients' needs.

By submitting you agree to our Terms & Privacy Policy.

FAQ

Morgan & Morgan

  • Who Can be Held Liable for Slip & Fall Injuries in New Orleans?

    In Louisiana, property owners are generally held liable if someone is injured on their property. In order for a property owner to be held liable, though, the injured party must show:

    • There was an unreasonably dangerous condition in existence on the property;
    • The property owner knew or should have known about the danger; and
    • Damages resulted from the dangerous condition.

    Slip and fall laws usually only protect invitees, individuals whom the property owner allows onto the property for business or other purposes, or members of the public when the property is open to the public.

  • The “Attractive Nuisance Doctrine”

    Young children injured while trespassing on another’s property may still have the right to receive compensation under the “attractive nuisance doctrine” in the following circumstances:

    • The occupier knew, or should have known, that children were likely to be present near the property;
    • The occupier knew or should have known that there was a condition on the property that could cause harm to children;
    • The cost or burden of alleviating that danger is slight compared to the potential harm; and
    • The occupier fails to take reasonable steps to alleviate that danger and an injury resulted.
  • Contact the Morgan & Morgan Slip & Fall Attorneys in New Orleans

    At Morgan & Morgan, we know how difficult life after a slip and fall injury can be and we want to help you recover compensation. No one should have to face in danger while simply walking around New Orleans, and those responsible for your injury should be held accountable. Please fill out our risk-free, no-cost case evaluation form to learn more.

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

Last updated on Dec 27, 2022