Every year, millions of people go to the emergency room because of slip and fall accidents. In some cases, accidents really do happen, and there’s no one to blame. But, in other cases, slips and falls—and the injuries that resulted—could have and should have been prevented. In such cases, you should not have to bear the financial burden of recovery.
Slips and falls can result in a wide variety of injuries, the most common of which are fractures. However, millions of people also suffer back injuries, sometimes causing chronic pain and extensive time away from work.
There are a number of contributing factors to slip and fall accidents, such as:
In order to be eligible for compensation for your slip and fall injuries, you will need to prove liability. Eye witness reports and photographs of the area where the slip/fall occurred are crucial to building a strong case against the property owner.
The consequences of a slip and fall injury are often long lasting. That means you may accrue expenses for weeks and months after the injury as you receive treatment for chronic pain, rehabilitation, occupational therapy, etc. These expenses and lost wages from missed work are often absent or undervalued in a settlement offered by the at-fault party’s insurance company.
The Roybal-Mack & Cordova, PC personal injury team has the experience to properly calculate your damage claim. We make sure that all damages, including pain and suffering and emotional distress, are included. And then we take on insurance companies on your behalf to make sure you get fair compensation for your slip and fall injury.
Get the tough representation you need to financially recovery from your slip and fall accident. Call us to schedule an interview with our Albuquerque-based team.
Slip and fall accident cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. You do not pay legal fees unless you collect damages.