When To Hire A Slip and Fall Attorney
WHAT IS CONSIDERED A SLIP AND FALL ACCIDENT?
Falling over something due to slipping or tripping can cause serious injury. These accidents can happen anywhere – at work, on another person’s property or even just walking down the sidewalk. If you have ever been injured in this way, Colorado slip and fall attorneys can help you recover the money you’ve lost due to medical expenses or lost wages from missing work.
These types of injuries fall under a law known as personal injury law. A personal injury law case is one in which people owe others a “duty of care”. In other words, they have a duty to act in a way that will not cause harm or injury to others. If a person is negligent and you are injured due to this negligence, the negligent party is obligated to compensate you. Slip and fall accidents are the most common type of personal injuries, but there are others including –
- Injury in the workplace
- Dog bites
- Medical malpractice
- Truck, car and motorcycle accidents
HOW CAN A COLORADO SLIP AND FALL ATTORNEY HELP YOU?
In Colorado, attorneys have spent years studying the laws surrounding personal injury claims and have represented thousands of cases for victims of slip and fall accidents. Hiring a Colorado lawyer means that you are hiring an expert in the field.
These lawyers also work on what is known as a contingency fee. This means that you will not have to pay any fees out-of-pocket during the case. You will also not have to pay your attorney if you do not win your case. In fact, only if you win your case will you be obligated to pay your attorney a fee, normally a percentage of what you are awarded as compensation.
Once you hire an attorney, they will do all the legal work for you so you can spend your time focusing on recovering from your injury. If you have been injured due to the negligence of another person, do not waste any time contacting an attorney. There is critical work they will need to do right away in order to pursue your case, including – investigating the site of the accident and talking to witnesses.
To speak with an expert personal injury attorney about your case contact the office of Sloat & Nicholson P.C. today!
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