Slip-and-Fall Accident Lawyers
Serving West Columbia and Lexington County Since 1975
Were you injured in a slip-and-fall accident on another person's property?
You should not hesitate to secure aggressive legal services, as you could
have a valid personal injury case on your hands. Unless you were trespassing,
a property owner owes you a duty of care when you enter onto his / her
premises. The extent of this duty of care depends on your relationship
to the property owner.
If you were injured and one of the following conditions was to blame, you
may have a case:
- Poor lighting
- Ragged carpet
- Slippery entrance
- Safety code violations
- Hazardous stairways
- Inadequate security
- Elevator accident
- Animal attack
- Uneven sidewalks
- Potholes in parking lots
- Objects left in aisles
If you were invited into a house for a lawful purpose, the homeowner has
an ordinary duty of care to keep the premises safe. If you were permitted
onto the premises of a property, the homeowner is liable for only willful
or wanton injury. While a homeowner does not owe a trespasser a duty of
care, he / she cannot lawfully prepare traps for a trespasser.
Call (800) 809-5136 today.
Work with Our West Columbia Personal Injury Attorneys – (800) 809-5136
If you were injured because of another party's negligence, we will
do everything within our power to help you fight for the medical bills,
lost wages, and other expenses you deserve. We can investigate the accident
scene to see if the property owner is meeting the necessary requirements
to keep the premises safe, or providing adequate warning of any dangerous
To tell us about the details concerning your slip-and-fall case and to
secure the experienced legal services you need, contact Hall & Hall
Attorneys at Law at (800) 809-5136 today. We would love to put our 45+
years of legal experience to work for you.
Call for a consultation now!