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Lakewood Slip and Fall Accident Attorney

When a person goes onto someone else’s property, the last thing they expect is that they will sustain an injury in a slip and fall incident. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for the actions of property owners to cause significant fall hazards for guests and visitors. At The O’Sullivan Law Firm, we are here to help if you need a Lakewood slip and fall accident attorney. Our personal injury attorneys have extensive experience handling complex premise liability cases throughout Colorado, and we know what it takes to fully investigate property owners, stand up to aggressive and insurance carriers, and help clients secure full compensation for the losses.

Why Choose The O’Sullivan Law Firm?

  • At The O’Sullivan Law Firm, we handle every aspect of slip and fall claims on behalf of our clients. We want to make sure that our clients can focus on their medical recovery.
  • Every client that we take works directly with their attorney, not a case manager or a paralegal. Clients will have direct access to their attorney to ask any questions or raise concerns about their case.
  • We take slip and fall accident cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that clients will not have to pay any legal fees until after we obtain the compensation they need.

What Will a Lakewood Slip and Fall Lawyer Do?

A slip and fall attorney is going to play a valuable role in these situations. First, a lawyer will be able to gather all of the evidence needed to prove liability, which is something that victims often struggle to do on their own. This can include:

  • Maintenance and safety records of the property owner
  • Statements from eyewitnesses or employees of the property
  • Video surveillance from any camera that captured the incident
  • Photographs taken after the slip and fall incident occurred

Additionally, an attorney will make sure that their client is properly evaluated by trusted medical and economic experts who can assist in calculating total expected losses. Finally, an attorney will negotiate with insurance carriers and property owners to try and reach a fair out-of-court settlement, while also preparing to take the case to trial.

Who Will Be Liable for a Slip and Fall Injury?

Slip and fall injuries account for more than one million room visits each year across the country. There may be various parties that could be held liable for slip and fall accident injuries. First, property owners or property managers could be responsible if their actions or failure to act lead to any of the following slip and fall hazards that cause an injury:

  • Spills of food or drink on the premises
  • Wet entrances or exits
  • Obstructions in pedestrian walkways, including wires, electrical cords, boxes, or other equipment
  • No “wet floor” after mopping
  • Uneven flooring
  • Bunched up mats or carpet

Additionally, other parties could be held liable in these situations. This is particularly true for instances where a third party is in charge of the property outside of a building, such as sidewalks and parking lots. Potholes, broken curbs, loose pavement, and more can all present significant slip and fall hazards.

Call Our Lakewood Slip and Fall Accident Lawyer Today

If you or a loved one has sustained a slip and fall accident injury in or around the Lakewood area, turn to The O’Sullivan Law Firm for help as soon as possible. We have extensive experience handling complex premises liability claims, and we have the resources necessary to conduct a complete investigation into the incident. Our goal is to determine liability and enter into vigorous negotiations with property owners and insurance carriers to ensure you are adequately compensated. This includes coverage of your medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering damages, and more. When you need a Lakewood slip and fall accident attorney, you can contact us online or call us at (303) 388-5304 for a free consultation.

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