Were You Injured On Someone Else’s Property?
When a property owner’s negligence to resolve a potentially dangerous condition caused you to slip and fall, you should seek compensation. Whether they knew about the condition or should have known about the condition, your accident can cause a serious injury that you may need medical attention for.
Our firm provides trusted premises liability representation. We will advocate on your behalf to secure the maximum compensation you deserve for your slip-and-fall injury. We have more than two decades of experience aggressively negotiating with insurance companies and at-fault parties. You can rely on us to provide you with the attentive service your case requires.
Proving Negligence In A Premises Liability Case
You can be clumsy and even accident prone, but your injury may be the responsibility of the property owner if they did not remedy the potentially dangerous condition on their property. It is imperative that you are able to prove fault and can name someone as the responsible party. You can rely on our committed lawyer to help you identify the responsible party.
Common slip-and-fall accidents occur due to uneven stairs, cracked sidewalks and spills, and there are specific minimum requirements to making a claim for a slip-and-fall claim. The requirements for your case will depend on whether the type of property is residential, commercial or governmental. All claims will require some level of investigation and aggressive negotiation. You should consult our experienced attorney to aggressively negotiate on your behalf.
Risk-Free Advocacy In Virginia
Contact the Fairfax office of Park & Park for your free consultation by calling 703-658-8600. Our bilingual legal staff members are eager to provide you with quality service. We work on a contingency basis, and if we do not recover benefits or compensation, then you do not have to pay attorney fees.
Our staff is fluent in Korean and Spanish. We offer flexible office hours that extend into the evening and the weekend. Schedule your consultation online by completing this online contact form.