Slip and Fall

Springfield Slip & Fall Lawyers

Slip and fall injuries can occur anywhere from private residences to public buildings, parking structures, arenas, and more. When these injuries occur because of the negligence of the property owner, you may be eligible for compensation for your damages and losses. This falls under the legal concept of “premises liability” in which property owners and managers owe visitors to their premises a reasonable duty of care in preventing unnecessary accidents that can cause injury. 

If you have been seriously injured because of a slip and fall or trip and fall accident on private or commercial property in or around Springfield, do not be pressured into immediately signing any insurance forms. If you quickly agree to a settlement offer, you may not be fully compensated for past and future medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other losses. First talk to a qualified slip and fall attorney at Libbos Law. Our lawyers have solid records of successfully negotiating fair settlements and winning favorable verdicts. When necessary, we can call in the best medical and safety experts to fully investigate your slip and fall injuries and help present a well prepared case.

Talk to a Springfield slip and fall attorney at Libbos Law about your injury case in a free case review. Contact us using our request form or call (413) 376-7007.

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Slip & Fall Injury Cases in Massachusetts

Our legal team’s understanding of property laws allows us to get you optimum compensation due to a slip and fall injury. We know the standards property owners in Massachusetts must abide by to protect visitors from injury and how to hold owners accountable when they fail to adhere to these standards.

Premises Liability

Under premises liability law, property owners should take reasonable precautions to protect visitors from any safety hazards on their premises that could lead to injuries. Where these unsafe conditions cannot be immediately remedied, they should provide warnings alerting others to the hazard until it can be repaired. When failing to do so, they may be held liable for injuries caused to others by such hazards and unsafe conditions. 

Our firm can handle slip and fall injury cases stemming from such conditions as:

  • slippery sidewalks, floors, and stairs
  • faulty escalators and elevators
  • broken curbs
  • negligent security
  • torn or loose carpets
  • toxic chemicals
  • building code violations
  • poor or missing lighting

Put Decades of Trial Experience in Your Corner When Making Claims

Premises liability cases apply to all properties, including grocery stores, retail stores, restaurants, office buildings, hotels, malls, apartment complexes, schools, bars, sports venues, movie theaters, playgrounds, amusement parks, government buildings, and more. Your first action in the event of any injury sustained through a slip and fall on someone else’s property should be to consult with a knowledgeable attorney to learn your rights and options. Our personal injury firm has the proven skills, knowledge, and resources to assist you in pursuing compensation for which you are eligible. 

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