Supporting Injured People After A Slip Or Fall
Property owners have a duty to keep their premises safe for the public. From warning passers-by about hazards to clearing icy sidewalks, they may take a variety of different steps to preserve public safety. However, negligence on the part of property owners can easily put those people in danger of a fall.
At Rousseau & Ross, we understand the impact that an injury can have on our clients, and we bring decades of experience to each client’s case. When the negligent actions of property owners in New Hampshire or Vermont lead to a fall, we at our Lebanon-based firm helps injured people hold them responsible and pursue fair compensation.
Call us 603-212-1176 for a no-cost consultation.
What Harm Can A Fall Cause?
Wet floors, icy or snowy sidewalks, uneven pavement, loose power cords and cables, a lack of appropriate handrails or poor lighting that makes it difficult to see hazards can all lead to a fall. These falls can result in serious injuries, including:
- Broken bones
- Neck and back injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
After a fall on someone else’s property as a result of their negligence, you may want to explore your legal options. If the property owner should have known about the danger on their property, if they did know about the hazard and ignored it or if they caused the danger, you may have grounds to file a slip-and-fall lawsuit to hold them responsible. This claim may also provide you with additional financial support as you recover.
Contact Us To Hold Property Owners Responsible
If you experienced a fall on another person’s property due to their negligence, you do not have to face the aftermath of this injury alone. Contact us online or call 603-212-1176 to discuss your case in a free consultation with an experienced attorney.