Slip And Fall Attorney in St. Louis200 N. Broadway, Suite 720
St. Louis, MO 63102
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St. Louis Slip & Fall
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Although the name may seem trivial, a Slip and Fall accident can have serious and lasting consequences. St. Louis property owners are legally and ethically required to maintain a safe environment for all patrons who enter their premises. If property owners act negligently, and someone is injured as a result, they could be held liable for the damage.
If you or a loved one have been injured in a Slip and Fall accident, we understand and are here to help. Our compassionate, trial-ready attorneys will work with your case every step of the way to help secure the compensation you’re entitled to.
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What a Slip and Fall Case Looks Like
Negligence and poor maintenance of a property result in hazardous conditions. It is the responsibility of the property owner to remedy these dangerous areas after they are discovered and to proactively prevent the formation of new hazards. Here are some examples of potentially dangerous conditions:
- Slippery liquid spills
- Broken staircases/walkways
- Little to no access to safety rails
- Potholes, ledges, unkept hallways
A spill in a grocery store can be fixed promptly, but a broken staircase may require a longer repair. When the hazardous situation can’t be addressed immediately, the property owner is legally required to place some sort of warning signage. This can take the form of a wet floor sign or caution tape, but must explicitly state the risk of traversing the area.
Falls at Home
If you live in a rental property, you likely rely on your landlord or property manager to handle the overall maintenance and upkeep of your living area. When a landlord acts negligently, and they fail to perform the maintenance that is outlined in your lease, it puts those within the premises at risk for injury. If an injury does occur, they could be held liable.
Value of a Case
Slip and Fall cases can vary depending on the circumstances of the accident. Our team can assess the situation, evaluate your injuries, and establish the compensation you’re entitled to. We consider:
- Severity of the injury
- Timeline of your recovery
- Emotional distress
- Lost wages
- Other expenses surrounding your injury
No Fee Unless We Win
Other personal injury firms may carry an expensive price tag for their service, but we’re the opposite. We strongly believe that everyone should be able to afford comprehensive representation, especially after a traumatic accident. That’s why our team operates on a contingency—meaning it costs nothing to hire us and we only get paid if we win. Our fee is taken out of the favorable settlement or jury award so you never have to worry about paying out-of-pocket for our assistance.
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If you or a loved one have been injured in a Slip and Fall accident, our attorneys may be able to help. With over $15 billion won for our clients and an extensive network of trial-ready attorneys, you can rest easy knowing your case is in the best of hands.
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Disclaimer: Cases may be referred to and handled by another law firm as referral counsel.