Denver Slip & Fall Accident Lawyers

Injury Attorneys in Denver Protecting Victims' Rights

From residential to commercial properties, slip and falls can happen almost anywhere and result in serious injury. Under Colorado law, property owners are expected to ensure that their area is reasonably safe, and that any potential hazards are addressed in a timely manner. This includes owners of private property, commercial property, and even government buildings.

If you have suffered injury from a slip and fall accident and believe that another party's negligence is to blame, it is important to contact Pushchak & Dible, LLC immediately. You may have cause to take legal action and seek the recovery of financial damages.

Common Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents

Slip and fall cases can occur anywhere and anytime. From the grocery store to a shopping center, there are numerous property hazards in many of the places we visit frequently. It is the owner's responsibility to ensure to protect guests from these hazards, either by repairing the dangers or putting up clear signage so people can avoid them.

Slip and fall accidents can be caused by a variety of hazards on a property, including:

  • Wet floor surfaces caused by cleaning, spills, or puddles (common in supermarkets)
  • Rain, snow, and ice on sidewalks, parking lots, and other outdoor surfaces.
  • Debris and objects on walkways.
  • Uneven steps, floor, or sidewalks.
  • Broken stairways and handrails
  • Poor maintenance of pools, leading to swimming pool accidents

If the owner or person in charge of the property was acting in an unreasonably unsafe manner or failed to take reasonable precautions, they could be held liable for your injury. Be sure to check with a skilled and experienced Denver slip and fall attorney.

Contact us at (303) 816-8998. Our call service is 24/7 and we are always here to help!

Proving Your Slip & Fall Case

Slip and fall personal injury claims can fall under premises liability law. Because of this, it is necessary to prove a dangerous condition existed on the property that posed an unreasonable risk of harm and that the owner either knew or should have known about it. You will also need to show that the owner was negligent in creating, warning about, or fixing the dangerous condition. Finally, it will need to be shown that the injury you suffered was a direct result of this dangerous condition.

Fighting Diligently for the Compensation Our Clients Deserve

Whether you have suffered head trauma, back injuries, broken or fractured bones, or some other type of injury from your slip and fall accident, there may be costly medical expenses, significant physical pain, an inability to work, and other problems that are involved.

When the cause of the accident was another's negligence, there is no reason that the financial burden for these expenses should be placed upon you. Whether through negotiation or in a courtroom, we will fight tirelessly to help you obtain the compensation you deserve as you work towards recovery and returning to your daily life.

Get started with a free case evaluation today and we can give you informed advice!

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