Slip and Fall Injury Attorney in Gillette
Resolving Slip & Fall Cases
Slip & fall cases are claims that a property owner's negligence led to an unnecessary accident. In these types of cases, "property owner negligence" is a term used to describe an owner's decision to allow dangerous conditions to exist on their premises that they should have resolved or been aware of. Proving their negligence led to your harm can win you compensation for your medical costs, lost wages, and more.
Injured due to another party’s negligence? Contact our Gillette personal injury attorney by calling (307) 257-7800!
If you have slipped or fallen inside of a retail store, business, home, or even your workplace and were serious injured, our Gillette personal injury attorney at Steven Titus & Associates, P.C. is here to provide you sound legal advice and guidance in your time of need. Regardless of the scope or difficulty of your case, our seasoned legal team will work tirelessly to make sure your voice is heard.
Helping Determine Liability
The first step in understanding your situation is to determine whether the other party was actually liable for your incident. If your accident occurred due to loose wiring, wet floors, defective stairs, or any other hazard that could have been avoided if the property owner had addressed the necessary safety concerns of their space, then you may be able to take legal action.
To prove liability one must often prove that:
- The unsafe area was caused by the owner of the property or one of their employees.
- The responsible party knew about the seemingly dangerous area and did not create warnings to make others aware of the risks.
- The owner of the premises should have known of the dangerous surface and taken actions to make sure said surface was removed or repaired.
For more information regarding slip & fall cases, we recommend that you set up a free consultation with our Gillette premise liability attorney by calling (307) 257-7800!
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