Slip & Fall
Injured in a slip and fall accident?
If you were injured on another’s property because of a condition the property owner created or allowed to persist, YOU NEED A LAWYER.
Why do you need a lawyer if you were injured on someone else’s property?
You need a lawyer because the property owner may be legally responsible, or liable, to you for the injuries you suffered as a result of a condition on their property they knew to exist, but didn’t fix. Also, in most premises liability accident cases, the first thing the property owner or their insurance company will do is tell you it was your fault you were hurt, not theirs. However, the lawyers at MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, know the law and will fight the property owner and their insurance company to GET YOU THE COMPENSATION YOU DESERVE.
When you enter onto someone else’s property the property owner owes you a duty to protect against unreasonable risk of injury caused by conditions on the property the owner was aware of but failed to address. If you’re injured as a result of the property owner’s failure to protect you from unreasonable harm the property owner is responsible for compensating you for your injuries. This area of the law is called premises liability and suits arising from such liability are commonly referred to as slip and fall claims.
However, slip and fall claims are not the only type of accidents that trigger premises liability. Other common premises liability claims arise from negligent security, exposed hazards, uneven steps or stairs, trip hazards, faulty railings or handrails, defective elevator doors, malfunctioning escalators, bedbugs, and mold or mildew.
Whether the property you’re injured on is a private residence, a business like a big-box store, hotel, motel, office building, grocery store, shopping center, or restaurant, or a public premise like a school, municipal or county building, you have rights to pursue against the property owner that can result in financial compensation for you.
The lawyers and professionals at MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, are motivated to get the highest settlement or judgment possible.
Additionally, in most instances, the premise or property owner has insurance to cover their liability stemming from premises liability incidents. Therefore, when pursuing recovery for your injuries from a premises liability accident you are almost always going to have to deal with trained insurance professionals who will try to get you to say or do things that are harmful to your case. The premises liability or slip and fall lawyers at MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, are also skilled and practiced at dealing with these insurance companies and their claims personnel and know how to protect you and your case from their commonly employed tricks and tactics. Therefore, it is vitally important that you contact the premises liability lawyers at MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, before talking to the property owner or their insurance company.
How can hiring MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, for your premises liability or slip and fall case help you?
Since MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, charges a smaller percentage in attorneys’ fees than most other premises liability lawyers, the difference between other lawyers’ fees (33% to 45%) and the fee charged by MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, (25% or less) can result in MORE MONEY for you and your family. Why pay a lawyer up to 45%, nearly half, of your settlement or judgment when you can pay MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, 25% or less, or one-quarter of your settlement or judgment.
Don’t think you have to give away a large portion of your settlement or judgment to your lawyer as if that’s the only option you have. MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, is your competitive alternative. The lawyers and professionals at MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, are motivated to get the highest settlement or judgment possible because we work off of a percentage – like other lawyers in our industry. However, what separates MORE 2 YOU LAW, PC, is that because we charge less of a percentage, we have to get you a higher settlement or judgment to make the same amount as other law firms. Put plainly, not only are we motivated to get you higher settlements or judgments because we work off of a percentage, but you actually get to TAKE HOME MORE of that higher settlement or judgment because the percentage we charge is lower – we call that the MORE 2 YOU DIFFERENCE.