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Slip & Falls Personal injuries caused by negligence-based accidents can leave victims physically hurt, emotionally traumatized, unable to return to work, and strained by spiraling medical expenses. For some, these injuries can be life-changing, leaving them permanently disabled. In the worst cases, these accidents take the lives of their victims, leaving grieving family members to face the loss and devastation of wrongful deaths. When you have been injured by someone else’s carelessness, negligence, or recklessness, you may be entitled to compensation under the personal injury laws of North Carolina. Your claim should be pursued by experienced, qualified personal injury lawyers who will seek to recover the highest level of compensation possible for your injuries.

Goldsboro Slip & Fall Lawyers

Slip and fall accidents and injuries occur frequently throughout North Carolina. While many of these are not caused by the actions or omissions of anyone in particular, in other cases they are due to the negligence of both private and public property owners and managers. Safety hazards and dangerous conditions on their premises can lead to such accidents. Unfortunately, slip and fall accidents can result in serious injuries and emotional distress for unlucky victims. 

At Strickland Agner Pittman, we provide dedicated representation to those who have been seriously injured in such falls. Our team works through thorough investigative efforts, meticulous claims preparation, honed negotiation skills, and in the courtroom to help clients secure maximum compensation for injuries and losses created by unsafe premises conditions. Slip and fall injury claims can be difficult and complex which is why you will need the professional experience we offer in determining if you have a valid claim and, if so, in pursuing it through legal action. 

Slip & Fall Accident Cases in North Carolina

Slip and fall accidents fall under the umbrella of “premises law.” This area of law requires property owners to provide a reasonably safe environment for those who visit their premises, such as customers, clients, patrons, and other invitees. Property owners and managers are expected to provide a “duty of care” to these individuals in that, should a property defect or safety hazard arise, they should repair the condition as soon as possible and alert visitors to its dangers in the meantime. They are expected, through ongoing maintenance, to know about any safety risks their premises pose. When they fail to do so, they may be held liable for the injuries their negligence has caused. 

Examples of what can cause a slip and fall injury can include:

  • Wet, slippery floors
  • Icy sidewalks
  • Uneven flooring 
  • Stairways in disrepair
  • Potholes
  • Cracked and buckled pavements
  • Poor or missing lighting
  • Cluttered aisles, walkways, and paths
  • Overgrown bushes, plants, and trees

Slip and fall accidents can occur due to hazardous conditions on both public and private property, including private residences, apartment buildings, office buildings, retail stores, grocery stores, malls, theaters, restaurants, schools, universities, government buildings, sports arenas, entertainment venues, and more. 

Get the advice of a Goldsboro slip and fall attorney about your case in a free case review at Strickland Agner Pittman. Send us your contact details onlineor phone us at (919) 893-0090today. 

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