Slip and Fall Lawyer in Denver
Have you sustained injuries after a slip or fall at work or in a public place?
Most of us go about our daily business without much thought to the dangers of slipping or falling due to a dangerous condition. We run errands, shop at retail outlets and go through our routines at the workplace, sometimes standing at risk due to the negligence action or inaction of a proprietor or employer. Hazardous conditions should not be allowed to remain intact as they can lead to serious and permanent injuries. If you have been a victim of a slip or fall and have sustained injuries, you should contact a Denver personal injury lawyer immediately for answers to your questions and an examination of your case.
A slip or fall and subsequent injury can occur due to various dangerous situations such as weather-related conditions (rain, snow or ice), standing water, slippery substances, poor lighting, uneven flooring, or other hidden hazard. If proper warning signs or action to remove the danger is not taken by your employer, building owner or store proprietor, they may be responsible for injuries you sustain in a slip or fall. Serious injuries to the back, neck or spinal cord can lead to permanently debilitating conditions and health problems. Even minor injuries like sprains, abrasions or fractures can run up massive medical bills that you should not be responsible for.
Denver Slip and Fall Attorney
The attorneys at Andrus, Hood and Wagstaff have years of experience in helping victims of slip and falls as well as in many other areas of personal injury. We know that, while accidents are bound to happen, employers and proprietors must be held liable for their negligence. Our team will work closely with you, providing regular communication about your case and fighting tenaciously for compensation at the settlement table or in the court room.
Act now to begin seeking the financial damages you deserve for your medical bills and suffering.
Contact a Denver slip and fall attorney
today for assistance with your case.