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Unsafe Properties Can Cause Serious Injuries

Slip-and-fall accidents happen suddenly and can leave you with injuries that affect you for the rest of your life. Despite the severity of your injuries, the unfortunate reality of slip-and-fall cases is that you will be responsible for gathering evidence of unsafe property conditions. Unlike a car accident, where the police will be involved and gather evidence and testimony, there typically are not any law enforcement agencies that follow up on slip-and-falls.

Providing The Guidance You Need

With so much responsibility resting on your shoulders, you should reach out to the insightful injury law attorneys at McGrady & McGrady, L.L.P. With over 69 years of experience between our father-son legal team, we have the ability to collect evidence for you and handle your serious injury case from beginning to end. By taking photographs, talking to witnesses and obtaining all relevant evidence, our Carroll County slip-and-fall accident lawyers have helped many clients in Southwest Virginia bring successful slip-and-fall claims.

Holding Property Owners Accountable

Slip-and-fall personal injury claims are sometimes referred to as premises liability cases because they involve unsafe or improperly maintained premises (property). These cases can be brought against both individual property owners and businesses that own property. Slip-and-fall accidents are commonly caused by:

  • Wet floors
  • Debris on floors
  • Improperly maintained property, especially parking lots
  • Unguarded hazards
  • Uneven floors
  • Loose handrails
  • Stairways that are not maintained correctly

When these or other property conditions lead to an injury, contact us right away so that we can help you gather evidence before it disappears or the property owner fixes the unsafe situation.

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