If you have been injured from a slip and fall accident in Attleboro, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost income and pain and suffering, among other losses. Our experienced slip and fall lawyers can file a lawsuit for you and they charge no fee unless you receive a settlement or award. Call our office toll free or fill out a contact form on our site for a free (no obligation) case evaluation.
Did You Slip And Fall?
Call An Attleboro Slip And Fall Lawyer For Help.
How Much Is a Slip and Fall Case Worth?
In a slip and fall case, the responsible party can be held responsible for paying you for your losses. These losses can include the following:
- Medical Bills
- Lost Salary
- Pain and Suffering
- Scarring (if applicable)
- Other losses
What Are d’Oliveira & Associates’ Best Slip and Fall Settlements?
Our firm has a history of helping to get good results for these kinds of cases. We maintained joint responsibility with another lawyer to obtain a $610,000 settlement for a client, who fell through an attic floor and injured his back. Here are some of our other best settlements for slip and fall victims.
What Is Our Legal Fee?
Our Attleboro slip and fall lawyers charge a fee of 1/3 of your settlement, but we do not charge you unless we win your case and get you money.
What Is a Slip and Fall Case?
A “slip and fall” case can come from many kinds of preventable injuries. They are usually referred to as slip and falls because the most common cases come from slipping and falling, but other injuries that result from dangerous conditions on the property also qualify. Property owners must ensure that their properties are safe and sometimes they do not even need to be aware of the dangerous condition in order to still be held responsible for it. Read more.
What If You Had a Work Related Slip and Fall?
Most work related slip and falls will be covered by workers’ compensation insurance. However, you may also be able to file a slip and fall lawsuit if there was a third party that was responsible for the dangerous condition that led to your injury. Read more.
What If You Slipped and Fell at a Commercial Property?
Stores, and other kinds of commercial properties, have to make sure that their properties are safer than other kinds of properties since they hold themselves open to the general public. This means that, in certain cases, they may be responsible for your injury even if they were not aware that the dangerous condition existed on their property. Read more.
Why Call Us?
Here are just 10 reasons to hire our slip and fall lawyers to represent you!