If you have suffered an injury from a slip and fall accident, you may be able to receive compensation for your medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and other losses. Our experienced slip and fall lawyers do not charge a fee unless you receive a settlement or award. Please contact us toll free 24/7 at 1-800-992-6878 or online for a free (no obligation) case evaluation.
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What Is A Slip And Fall Case?
If your slip and fall injury could have been prevented by the property owner taking reasonable precautions, then you may have a slip and fall case. Slip and fall cases can often times be difficult to prove because there are many factors that must be taken into consideration. This is why having an experienced lawyer represent you can beneficially impact your case. Read More.
What Can I Be Compensated For?
Our attorneys are committed to achieving the most favorable settlement for our clients to compensate for all losses. Such losses may include medical bills, lost income, scarring, and pain and suffering. Read More.
What Are Our Firm’s Best Slip and Fall Settlements?
For 30 years our attorneys have successfully represented clients who were injured in slip and fall accidents in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts. For example, our firm maintained joint responsibility with another law firm and negotiated a $850,000 settlement after our client was injured when a flight of stairs collapsed from underneath him. Click here to see some of our other best slip and fall settlements.
How Much Does Your Firm Charge?
Our firm typically charges the industry standard, which is 1/3 of your settlement or award. We initially cover any costs that may be necessary while proving your case, such as by obtaining medical reports or conducting investigations relating to the incident. From the commencement of your case, you are not required to pay any fees until we are successful in handling your case.
How Do Most Slip and Falls Occur?
Common slip and fall accidents occur in the grocery store, where items that contain liquid could fall to the floor and be spread throughout the store on the wheels of shopping carts. Or, a simple freezer leak could cause the presence of water on the aisles and create a slippery environment. Apart from the grocery store, some other common causes include ice and snow, ripped or torn carpeting, or missing handrails on stairways, as different environments present different hazards. Read More.
Slip And Falls On Private Residence
Your first priority should be to seek any medical attention for your injuries. If the accident occurs at a commercial property or at work, be sure to file a report with the proper authority to ensure that all relevant details pertaining to the incident are accurately recorded. If the accident occurs at a private residence, an experienced attorney can assist you through the complicated situation, especially if it involves friends or family members. Read More.
Slip And Falls On Commercial Property
Grocery stores, restaurants, and department stores are the most common settings for slip and fall accidents. Courts hold commercial property owners to an even higher standard of safety than homeowners, as they invite people onto their property in order to make money. Though these owners carry insurance to help pay for these claims, our attorneys are experienced when it comes to negotiating a fair and accurate settlement from insurance companies. Read More.
Slip And Falls On Government Property
While the government is usually afforded more protection against slip and fall claims than businesses or homeowners, they still have an obligation to keep their premises safe. Read More.
Why Call d’Oliveira & Associates?
Well, here are 10 simple reasons why you should consider hiring our firm to handle your Massachusetts slip and fall case. Each of our lawyers have at least 20 years of experience handling these types of cases and will not charge you a legal fee until you obtain the settlement or award that you are entitled to. For a free (no-obligation) case consultation, call us at 1-800-992-6878 or fill out a contact form online.