Slip and Fall

Slip and Fall Lawyers

Falls account for over 8 million hospital emergency room visits in a typical year, representing the leading cause of visits (21.3%).  According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, floors and flooring materials contribute directly to more than 2 million fall injuries each year.

If you or someone you care about has suffered a personal injury in a slip and fall accident, we can help you get fair compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and other costs related to the accident. The lawyers at Kanner & Pintaluga have decades of combined experience handling slip and fall cases.  When you turn to us, you can have confidence in our ability to aggressively pursue the compensation you need to move forward with your life.

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How Do I Prove My Slip and Fall Case?

Slip and fall cases have proven to be a complicated area of the law.  Thorough investigation of the details is critical and facts that may seem trivial, such as the length of time a puddle has been on the floor before an accident occurred, or whether the victim was alerted to the danger, can make a huge impact as we expertly begin to build your case.

In order for you to be awarded compensation in a slip and fall case, the property owner must have been negligent and the injuries you sustained must be directly related to the owner’s negligence.  Slip and fall cases can often require extensive legal knowledge to establish who should be held responsible.  It is imperative that you work with attorneys that have extensive experience in this area of law in order for you to get the best result for your case.

Contact the Law Offices of Kanner & Pintaluga for a free
consultation, and let us provide you and your family with dedicated
service and get you the compensation you deserve.

Call 800.586.5555

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