Slip & Fall Accident Lawyer in Bristol
If you had a slip and fall accident that resulted in severe injury, you might be eligible for compensation. A slip and fall accident lawyer in Bristol can examine the details of your case and advise you of your rights.
At Cordisco & Saile LLC, our passion is helping injury victims put their lives back together. We help you fight for the money you deserve—and we do it with compassion and conviction. We take the outcome of our clients’ cases personally. That is why we never get paid until we recover money for you. Our consultations and legal advice are always free. Call our office today at 215-607-8856 for an appointment.
Get Advice on Your Slip and Fall Case
We can help you untangle all the questions about your accident and determine if you have a valid case. We will figure out who is responsible. Then, we will gather evidence, build a strong case, and help you get the compensation you need to recover from your fall-related injuries.
- You slipped and fell on a puddle or wet floor;
- You fell due to an unmarked pothole or uneven section of pavement;
- You fell while walking up or down a flight of stairs;
- Your fall resulted from an unmarked or poorly visible obstacle, such as a cord or wire across the floor; or
- Your injury occurred in an area with poor lighting.
If the circumstances of your injury were different from anything described above, you should still contact our office. You never know if you are eligible for compensation until you have one of our personal injury lawyers investigate your slip and fall case.
We Figure out Who Was Responsible and Pursue Them for Compensation
Property owners have a duty of care to visitors and guests. Pennsylvania laws require the owner or manager to keep the property free from hazards and tend to any dangers that emerge promptly. From the time the hazard appears until the property owner fixes the problem, they must take reasonable steps to protect visitors from it.
That said, there are a few notable exceptions to the duty of care law. The first is when the injured party was a trespasser or uninvited guest. State law provides property owners a moderate level of protection from lawsuits by trespassers. However, if a property owner sets booby traps or otherwise tries to intentionally injure a trespasser, they could still be liable for any injuries that result.
Owners could also be liable for injuries to uninvited guests if their property features an attractive nuisance. Anything that could be enticing to children but carries the potential to harm them—such as swimming pools or trampolines—might be an attractive nuisance.
However, neither one of these situations is cut and dry. For instance, what if you argue that you were an invited guest, but the property owner claims you were trespassing? Also, what constitutes reckless behavior? There is no hard-and-fast definition. That is why you need one of our skilled and compassionate lawyers to anticipate arguments from the other side and build a case to shut those arguments down.
Have you suffered an injury?
We Build a Comprehensive Case That Proves the Other Party’s Liability and Gets You Compensation.
The Other Party Owed You a Duty of Care.
The Party Did Not Uphold This Duty.
You Suffered an Injury as a Result of a Hazard on the Property.
Your Injuries Resulted in Monetary Damages.
- Current and future medical bills;
- Lost wages;
- Reduced earning capacity;
- Pain and suffering;
- Punitive damages; and
- Any other accident-related losses.
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