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Columbia Personal Injury Lawyer > Orangeburg Slip & Fall Lawyer

Orangeburg Slip & Fall Lawyer

It only takes a split second for a person to lose their footing and land on their back. These accidents send many people to the hospital with serious head, neck, and back injuries, and victims often have large medical bills. Helpfully, South Carolina law gives certain people the power to sue for financial compensation when a property owner fails to maintain their property. Many slip and fall accidents are preventable. Sadly, many property owners are careless about fixing hazards or warning visitors so they can protect themselves. Call The Stanley Law Group today. An Orangeburg slip & fall lawyer can review the facts, analyze your legal rights, and provide helpful tips for getting back on your feet.

Holding Property Owners Accountable

Our clients fall in all sorts of places, including:

  • Public buildings, like post offices, the DMV, or city hall
  • Schools and universities
  • Grocery stores
  • Retail stores, including big box stores and small “mom and pop” establishments
  • Gas stations
  • Hotels and motels
  • Parking lots and parking garages
  • Sidewalks

In most cases, a hazard or defect on the property causes a person to slip. They hit their head or sprain their back in the process and feel intense pain. These hazards range from natural defects like ice, snow, or worn-out carpeting and loose tiles. But other hazards are man-made, such as freshly-mopped floors.

A property owner in South Carolina owes visitors a duty to keep the property safe. At a minimum, they should fix hazards they know about. However, they often need to regularly inspect their property, especially if they invite a customer onto the premises to do business.

Let us review what happened and why you fell. Some property owners quickly fix a defect and then blame the injured victim for tripping over their own feet. We can help gather sufficient evidence to show the property owner was negligent and legally responsible for your fall.

You can help your case by documenting the slip and fall. Use your phone to take a picture of any defect which caused you to lose your footing. Also get the names of any witnesses. This evidence helps us prove a hazard really existed.

A slip and fall claim should seek fair financial compensation for a victim. Often, our clients need medical care to stabilize their condition. Others require rehab or ongoing prescription medication. Let us calculate the full value of your claim. We can also seek money damages for lost income, emotional anguish, and pain and suffering.

Contact Us to Speak with an Orangeburg Slip & Fall Attorney Today

Slip and fall accidents send too many people to the hospital with disabling injuries. If you experience pain, or if you are unsure of your legal rights after taking a tumble, contact The Stanley Law Group today. In a free consultation, an Orangeburg slip & fall lawyer can discuss the details of your fall and look at any photographs you have taken. We can also provide a preliminary analysis of the strength of your legal claim.

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