Slip and Fall Accident Lawyers
Unsafe conditions on property that a person or business is legally responsible for keeping safe can cause devastating injuries. Claims for these injuries are often referred to as premises liability claims. Slip and fall accidents are one of the most common types of premises liability claims. In New Hampshire, property owners are legally responsible for making their premises safe for visitors. When they fail to take necessary precautions, serious and life-threatening injuries can result.
Common Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents
When property owners ignore safety precautions or fail to remove hazards, visitors can slip or trip and fall, leaving them vulnerable to head injuries, back and neck injuries, fractures, and even wrongful death.
Most slip-and-fall accidents are caused by preventable hazards such as:
- Ice and snow on walkways
- Potholes and cracks
- Tears in carpets
- Faulty staircases and railings
- Inadequate lighting
- Poor drainage
Handling All Types of Premises Liability Claims
At Borofsky, Amodeo-Vickery & Bandazian, P.A., we represent clients in slip-and-fall accident claims and other premises liability accidents, including dog bites and animal attacks, swimming pool injuries, and all types of accidents in stores, shopping centers, condominium complexes, apartment buildings and other locations.
Our lawyers have extensive experience in this area of personal injury law and can help you fight for the compensation you need at this difficult time.
Contact Us About Your Slip and Fall Accident Claim
Were you injured on someone’s property and don’t know where to turn? Our attorneys are here to guide you through the legal process. To request your initial consultation, contact us by email, complete and submit the form on this page or call 603 625-6441 to schedule your consultation with a knowledgeable attorney. We do not charge an attorney fee unless we obtain compensation for you.
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