Are You Suffering From A Slip-And-Fall Injury?
One of the most common types of premises liability accidents is a slip-and-fall. Sometimes referred to as a trip-and-fall, these accidents can lead to very serious injuries. Whether you slipped on someone’s private property or a commercial property, a slip-and-fall accident is not something to be taken lightly. An injury can lead to permanent damage and also prevent you from working again.
Seasoned Premises Liability Lawyer In Kentucky
I am attorney Bryan R. Armstrong, and I have extensive experience when it comes to premises liability cases related to slip-and-fall. I have represented many clients in the Louisville, Kentucky, area. My track record speaks for itself as I have successfully handled all types of personal injury claims for my clients.
When you sit down with me, I will go over the facts of your case and help you understand a plan of action going forward. At my law office, you will find that I give personal and catered attention every step of the way. My goal is to maximize your compensation through seasoned and thorough premises liability representation.
Common Types Of Slip-And-Fall Accidents
There are endless ways a person can become a victim in a slip-and-fall accident. Whether a grocery store failed to place a caution sign out after a spill or a parking lot has a large crevice that was never taken care of, I handle all kinds.
Here are some common causes of slip-and-fall accidents:
- Broken and missing handrails or stairways
- Defective escalators or elevators
- Wet or slippery surfaces
- Inadequate or poor lighting
- Black ice, snow or sleet on parking lot surfaces
- Improperly maintained sidewalks and parking lots
A back or head injury can require extensive medical attention that is often expensive, not to mention the stress it places on you and your family financially and emotionally. That is what I am here for: to help you seek maximum compensation for your suffering.
Reach Out To My Law Office For A Free Initial Consultation
I invite you to please reach out to my firm, Bryan R. Armstrong, Attorney at Law, in Louisville for more information. You can call me directly at 502-225-1012 or send me an email to schedule your free case consult.
I will front all filing fees, court costs, and expert fees, but court costs and case expenses will be the responsibility of the client. The cost for those will be taken out of any successful recovery of settlement or jury verdict.