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Slip And Fall Accidents Can Cause Serious Injuries

It is almost a cliché in the legal practice: attorneys make millions for their clients as a result of a relatively minor accident like a slip and fall at the grocery store. However, slip and-fall accidents can be quite serious, often resulting in catastrophic personal injuries. If you have slipped and fallen on someone else’s property, you need an experienced team of lawyers to help you make sure you get the compensation you need.

At Dean Standish Perkins & Associates, we represent clients throughout the Issaquah area in all types of slip and-fall cases. We know how to obtain compensation for clients who have been injured on the property of others. With more than 30 years of legal experience, our attorneys have been representing clients in this area since 1986. When you work with our law firm, you will work personally with your attorney, not a paralegal or assistant. We will walk you through every step of your case to make sure you get the results you need.

How Do Slip And Fall Cases Work?

Slip and fall claims fall in the category of premises liability litigation. The principle is that property owners are responsible for the safety of their premises, and they will be held liable to cover the costs that arise from any accident resulting from unsafe conditions on their properties.

A slip and-fall accident is exactly like its name suggests: it involves slipping and falling. These accidents arise in situations and properties that include:

  • Restaurants
  • Grocery stores
  • Gym and health facilities
  • Slippery sidewalks and parking lots
  • Public swimming pools
  • Dangerous stairways
  • Public facilities
  • Private residences

If you have had a slip and-fall accident at a business, public property or private residence, you could bring a personal injury claim and obtain compensation for the medical bills, lost wages and other expenses that have arisen as a result of the dangerous condition.

Contact Our Lawyers For A Free Consultation

If you think you might have a premises liability claim, the first step is to talk with our team of attorneys. Call us at 206-981-5043 or fill out our online contact form to schedule a consultation.

We offer free initial consultations. In fact, we take injury claims on contingency, so you will not have to pay any attorney fees until we win your case.