Slip & Fall
Slip & Fall Attorney in Kansas City
When you walk into a shop or business, you can reasonably expect them to
maintain a safe environment for the general public. The floor and isles
should be clear of debris, spills should be promptly mopped up and slick
floors clearly marked. Failure to maintain a safe environment puts everyone
entering the facility, as well as the employees working there, at risk
of slipping and falling. If you have been injured by slipping or falling,
contact a Kansas City personal injury lawyer at Martin & Wallentine
to discuss the circumstances of your accident and learn about your legal
options. They have 25 years of experience providing legal counsel to people
involved in slips, falls and other
personal injury incidents, and will work day and night to obtain compensation for your
Kansas City Slip & Fall Lawyer
Slips and falls can cause broken bones, twisted ankles, damaged wrists,
hips and knees, and in worse case scenarios, injuries to the back or neck.
These can result in hospital bills that can quickly skyrocket to thousands
of dollars, and can require extended medical care and medication that
is extremely expensive. The recovery time can be lengthy, making work
difficult or even causing you to take a leave of absence.
Companies often try to downplay incidents or attempt to dodge responsibility,
so it's imperative to obtain legal support. Don't make the mistake
of thinking that it was just you being clumsy or that the injury won't
affect you much. By not pursuing legal action against the establishment
for their failure to provide a safe environment, you leave yourself vulnerable
to having to pay costly medical bills and potentially be forced to take
a leave of absence from work.
Contact a Kansas City personal injury lawyer
to discuss your case and learn about the legal options available to you.
We practice extensively and have represented hundreds of clients throughout
Johnson County and cities including Olathe, Gardner, Lenexa, Overland
Park, Shawnee, Leawood, and Kansas City.