Proactive Representation For Injured Plaintiffs And Defendant Landlords
A slip and fall or trip and fall is a particular type of premises liability accident that can seriously injure an unsuspecting visitor and expose a landlord to crushing liability. At Noel & Bonebrake, our personal injury lawyers have handled every type of premises liability case imaginable over the course of many years, representing slip and fall victims, businesses, and homeowners alike. The knowledge we have acquired working on both sides of these cases empowers us to help injured clients get full, fair compensation and to defend landlords from unjustified claims. No matter which side of the dispute you are on, when you retain our firm, you can rely on our honest assessment of your case and our determination to protect your interests.
Generally speaking, a landlord has a duty to make premises reasonably safe for visitors. This duty extends to hidden hazards, which a landlord must act reasonably to discover and remedy. Questions that often arise include:
- Was the hazard hidden or open and obvious?
- Did the landlord act reasonably to warn of the hazard or remove it?
- Did the landlord have enough time after the creation of the hazard to learn of it and correct it?
- Did the victim assume the risk of a hazardous condition?
These are questions of fact that a judge or jury must answer. It’s your personal injury attorney’s job to make sure all pertinent evidence is presented in a manner that supports your interpretation of events.
Aggressive Representation For Slip & Fall Victims In Pennsylvania
Wet floors, loose tiles, potholes, and falling merchandise are all hidden hazards that can cause sudden injury impacting the rest of your life. If you’ve been hurt in a slip and fall on public or private property, your damages can include:
- Pain and suffering
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Lost present and future earnings
- Medical bills, present and future
As your advocate, our mission is to do everything we can to maximize the amount of your recovery. But we are also concerned with giving you peace of mind throughout the process. That’s why we remain accessible to you, returning your calls, texts, and emails promptly, and contacting you immediately when there is progress in your case. While the vast majority of these cases settle, we have had the opportunity to try many of these cases over the years. Finally, there are no upfront fees; you pay us nothing until you recover through a settlement you approve or a jury verdict.