If you have been hurt in a slip or trip and fall accident you may be entitled to compensation. In Arizona, property owners are obligated to use reasonable care in keeping their premise safe. If they fail to do so they could be liable for the accidents that occur on their property. This does not mean however, that you automatically have a good claim if you were injured on another landowner’s property. To prevail you must first prove the property owner was negligent and second, damages.
Both of these can be difficult if you are not familiar with the law. It is important to work with an experienced lawyer who can conduct a comprehensive investigation to give your case the best chance for success.
Van Norman Law will help prove negligence on behalf of the property owner. We will help show that you were injured because of an unsafe condition that the property owner knew or should have known about and that the property owner failed to act to correct it within a reasonable time. The unsafe condition may have been the cause of a slippery or wet surface, ice or icy conditions, poor lighting, uneven flooring or a similar dangerous condition.
Whatever the situation, Van Norman Law will analyze all aspects of your case and help you obtain the damages that you are entitled to. You can be compensated for not only your current medical bills, but if needed, also your future medical expenses, lost wages from missing work and pain and suffering.