Slip-And-Fall Accidents

When a slip-and-fall accident happens, many people do not know where to go for help. It often takes a lawyer's help to determine who is liable for your accident and to hold those parties accountable.

At Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante, P.C., we have considerable experience with slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents as well as other types of premises liability cases. We will help you recover compensation for all of your losses, including medical bills, lost wages and benefits, and pain and suffering. You can rely on our experience and our skill in and out of the courtroom. For a free consultation, please contact the firm today.

The Dangers Of Falling

Slip-and-fall accidents can happen on private, public or commercial property. Some of the most common reasons for slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents include:

  • Spills or objects on the floor in retail stores
  • Broken or slippery stairs and decks
  • Structural defects
  • Poorly lit areas
  • Overcrowded areas
  • Potholes and cracks in pavement

We will investigate your accident to determine the cause. When appropriate to the case, we work with engineers to gather evidence about the accident. This helps us build strong cases for compensation from the negligent party.

People who are hurt in these types of accidents may suffer serious or catastrophic injuries such as broken bones, internal organ damage, back and neck injuries, spinal cord injuries, and traumatic brain injuries. They will need significant medical treatment and may need weeks or months to recover fully. Some people will be left with temporary or permanent disability, and may be unable to return to work.

Our attorneys are skilled at negotiating with insurance companies, and we often recover favorable settlements. However, we are also prepared to go to trial when that is in the client's best interests.

Speak With An Attorney Today | The Consultation Is Free

Please call our New Haven office at 203-800-7343 or toll free at 888-692-7403 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case. You may also contact the firm online.