Whether in a business or on a public right of way such as a sidewalk or road, you have a reasonable expectation of safety. If you or a loved one has been injured due to someone else’s negligence in maintaining the property they’re responsible for, you have the right to be compensated for your losses.
It can sometimes be difficult to determine who is responsible in premises cases, which is one reason that it’s important to discuss your claims with an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible after your accident.
Your attorney can help you gather the information and documentation you need to prove your case, help establish who is responsible for your injuries, and can get you started on the road to recovery.
Slip And Fall Accidents
Premises liability is the legal term for the type of claim filed when a person is injured on the property of another party. The property could be a business such as a retail establishment, restaurant, or a private residence. Premises liability claims are often referred to as “slip and fall” claims or “trip and fall” claims.
Slip and fall injuries are often serious and can result in lost wages or even permanent disability. The most important thing you can do after you have suffered a slip and fall injury in Mobile, Alabama is contact one of the experienced premises liability lawyers at Long & Long.
What Causes Slip and Fall Accidents?
Some of the most common causes of slip and fall injuries include:
- Poor lighting
- Wet surfaces
- Uneven floor mats
- Insufficient railings
- Unmarked obstacles
Our premises liability lawyers will investigate the circumstances of your slip and fall incident, they will work with insurance companies, and they will help you determine who is liable for the consequences you were forced to suffer.
Our experienced attorneys will show that the owner or manager of the property where you were injured failed to correct the obstacle, failed to warn you about the obstacle, or failed to notice that the obstacle was present on their property.
If you’ve been injured because of someone else’s failure to maintain their property, call Long & Long today at (251) 432-2277 to arrange your free, personal consultation with one of our experienced attorneys. Our attorneys serve victims injured on dangerous premises in Mobile and throughout Alabama.