Guidance Regarding Slip-And-Fall Injuries And Premises Liability
Property owners bear responsibility for safety on their premises. When they fail to keep their properties safe, people can be seriously injured or killed. In some cases, injured people and their families can sue for compensation for their medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, wrongful death or other damages and losses.
Know Your Rights And Options
If you or a loved one was hurt in a slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accident on someone else’s property, you may be entitled to full and fair compensation. Talk to a personal injury attorney at Pearson & Paris, P.C., in Lakewood, Colorado, to learn more about your rights and options regarding premises liability matters like:
- Falls on slippery, wet or icy surfaces
- Accidents at restaurants, bars and hotels
- Injuries in stores and shopping malls
- Falls on sidewalks and stairs
- Injuries in parking lots and ramps
- Dog bites and animal attacks
- Swimming pool accidents
- Injuries on elevators and escalators
- Broken bones
- Head, back and neck injuries
- Soft tissue injuries
Every slip-and-fall case is different. Compensation and case results may be influenced by the Colorado Premises Liability Act, state legislation that covers this area of negligence. This statute defines a property owner’s duty with regard to whether person is an invitee, a licensee or even a trespasser on a property.
We Can Answer Your Questions About Slip-And-Fall And Tripping Accidents
Get the advice of a lawyer if you are unsure about your legal rights. Contact Pearson & Paris, P.C., for a free consultation about slip-and-fall injuries. Our litigation team serves clients throughout the Denver area and elsewhere in Colorado.