Slip and Fall Accidents
Seek Representation from Our Anchorage Personal Injury Attorney
When an individual sustains injuries on the premises of another party by
slipping on a slick surface or tripping over debris, it is considered
a “slip and fall” injury. When a property owner or manager
fails to adequately maintain their facility, they may be held responsible
for any injuries which occur on their premises.
If you or a loved one was injured on another party’s property, you
may be entitled to recover monetary compensation. At Denali Law Group,
personal injury attorneys possess the complete understanding of Alaska law regarding these
cases, in order to provide our clients with the relentless representation.
Types of Slip and Fall Accidents
In order to determine if you have a legitimate claim, you must establish
if the property owner or their employee caused the spill, the property
owner or their employee knew about the hazardous condition and didn’t
do anything about it, or the property owner or their employee should’ve
known of the hazardous condition because a reasonable individual in charge
of the property would’ve taken care of the situation. However, you
must also determine if your carelessness contributed to the accident.
Common types of slip and fall accidents include the following:
- Wet and slippery floors
- Messy floors
- Damaged floors or stairs
- Damaged sidewalks
- Broken handrails
- Icy walkways
- Poor lighting
- Potholes and ditches
75+ Years of Legal Experience
Keep in mind, store owners and property managers have insurance to cover
these type of accidents. That is why it is imperative to obtain services
from an experienced and reliable lawyer in order to negotiate with the
insurance company to compensate for your loss wages, as well as pain and
suffering. With more than 75 years of combined experience, we are confident
in recovering the compensation you deserve.
Contact our Anchorage personal injury attorney to schedule your free initial consultation today.