Slip-And-Fall Accident Attorneys
Under West Virginia law, a building owner has a legal responsibility to maintain safe conditions on the property. When the owner does not do so and a serious accident happens, the accident victim can claim compensation for his or her losses and suffering.
Premises liability cases can involve complex issue of fact and law. In addition, evidence concerning a slip-and-fall accident can disappear quickly after the event. To preserve your rights and ability to obtain compensation, you should seek legal advice as soon as possible.
Experienced Advocates For Injured People
Hamilton, Burgess, Young & Pollard, P.L.L.C.., with offices in Fayetteville and Princeton, West Virginia, provides results-oriented representation for people who have been harmed by falls in stores, on ice and in other locations. Our lawyers carefully investigate each case, document the liability of all responsible parties and seek full compensation for every client. We want to help you get the medical care and compensation you need to rebuild your life.
What To Do After A Slip-And-Fall Accident
If you have been injured in a fall, you should do the following as soon as possible:
- Get medical care and follow the instructions of your doctor.
- Report the accident to the property owner or facility manager.
- Get the names and phone numbers of any witnesses.
- If possible, take photos of the dangerous condition that caused the accident.
- Call our law firm at 304-574-2727 for a free consultation.
Our law firm has experience in cases involving injuries that typically result from slip-and-fall accidents such as head injuries, concussions, fractures and broken bones. We will work with your doctor or other medical specialists to learn about your medical needs. Our lawyers will also examine the effect the accident has had on your life, including your medical costs, lost income, pain and suffering, and other economic and noneconomic losses. Hamilton, Burgess, Young & Pollard, P.L.L.C.., will then seek full compensation for you.
Free Consultation With A West Virginia Personal Injury Attorney
Contact Hamilton, Burgess, Young & Pollard, P.L.L.C.., to discuss your case with an experienced and committed attorney.