Tucson Slip and Fall Attorney

Slip and Fall Injuries

Slip and fall injury accidents are second only to car accidents as a cause of serious injury, particularly to persons over 65. In many cases, slip and falls leave a person feeling shaken up and embarrassed. However, this sort of accident can put people in the hospital with broken bones, brain injury, fractured hips, head wounds, and other severe and sometimes fatal injuries. If you have been injured in a fall caused by someone's negligence, contact a Tucson personal injury attorney as soon as possible to discuss your case.

Slip and Fall Lawyer in Tucson

If there is a hazardous condition or obstacle in a walkway, stairway, escalator, or other surface that causes a fall when there was no warning, this is a premises liability matter. What this means is that an occupant or owner has a responsibility to maintain the premises in a reasonably safe condition and to post warnings of any hazards. While it may be easy to prove that you slipped or tripped and fell on the premises a slip and fall lawyer must also prove that the occupant or owner was negligent and is therefore liable for any injury resulting from a hazardous or dangerous condition. As with any accident, it is important to take photographs which show the condition of the area immediately after the fall and to gather witness information.

These types of claims are often fought by the insurance companies. The insurance company will often argue that there was no hazardous condition, or the hazard just developed and the defendant was unaware of the hazard. That is why it is so important to hire an experienced, aggressive law firm with 35 years of experience. Call the Tucson accident lawyers at Phillips and Lyon for your free consultation.

Contact a Tucson Slip and Fall Attorney at Phillips & Lyon who has the experience and knowledge to obtain full compensation for your injuries.

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