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Slip & Fall / Trip & Fall

Slip & Fall / Trip & Fall

Slip and fall and trip and fall accidents are the leading cause of emergency room visits in California. These accidents cause victims physical injuries, emotional trauma, lost wages, and in some cases, even their lives.

If you slip, trip, and fall on someone else’s property, you may have questions about what to do next. At Imber Law Group, APC, we want to help. Contact our slip, trip, and fall attorney to learn more about your rights and options.

Common Slip and Fall or Trip and Fall Injuries

Slip or trip and fall accidents cause a wide variety of injuries, including:

Sprained Wrists or Ankles

Cuts and Bruises

Broken Bones

Spinal Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Liability for Slip, Trip,
and Fall Accidents

If you slip or trip and fall on someone else's property, there is a chance that the property owner is liable for your injuries and related costs. In order to obtain compensation, you must prove:
  • The property was dangerous

  • The property owner knew or should have known about the hazard

  • The property owner had time to fix the property but did not

  • You don't have to prove these elements on your own. Imber Law Group, APC can help build your case.

Where Do Slip or Trip and Fall Accidents Happen?

Slip or trip and fall accidents can happen anywhere. Some of the more common incidents include:
  • Slipping in a grocery store or restaurant

  • Slipping on an icy, wet, or snowy sidewalk

  • Slipping due to an untreated sidewalk or parking lot

  • Tripping on torn or bunched carpeting

  • Slipping or tripping and falling due to inadequate lighting

  • Slipping or tripping and falling due to broken stairs or handrails

  • Falls due to defective elevators or escalators

Contact a Slip or
Trip Fall Attorney

At Imber Law Group, APC, we help slip and trip, and fall victims protect their rights and get compensation for their injuries. Property owners are required to maintain a safe environment for those lawfully visiting. When they do not, we are here to help victims hold them accountable.