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A slip and fall refers to an accident where a person sustains an injury on another person’s property because of the property owner’s negligence or unsafe conditions on the property. An unexpected slip and fall accident can lead to personal and economic loss for which you may be able to recover financial compensation.

If you or a loved one is suffering from injuries sustained on someone else’s property, you can benefit from calling a Birmingham slip and fall lawyer. A knowledgeable attorney could review your case and help you assess whether the property owner might be liable under a premises liability claim. En Español.

Conditions that May Lead to Slip and Fall Accidents

There are many places where slip and fall accidents can occur, including stores, restaurants, and city streets. In many cases, the accident is caused by the negligence of a responsible party, such as the business owner or municipality. For example, a restaurant may fail to clean up some spilled ice on the floor, and a customer slips, falls, and hurts themselves.

Slip and fall accidents may also be caused by defective or obstructed sidewalks, open manholes, unmarked potholes, broken steps and handrails, and hazardous situations with no warning signs. Injuries can range from simple cuts to a bump on the head that can lead to a concussion and traumatic brain injury.

Regardless of the specific cause of a slip and fall accident or the nature of the injury suffered, the property owner where the person had the accident may be liable for the injured person’s damages. A slip and fall attorney in Birmingham familiar with slip and fall cases can help identify the party or parties at fault for injuries sustained in a slip and fall accident.

Proving Fault in Slip and Fall Cases

Unlike most states, Alabama follows a rule known as contributory negligence. This rule states that if the claimant contributed in any way to causing the accident – even if they are just one percent at fault – they cannot recover any damages from the other party who was 99 percent at fault. In other words, a claimant must be able to prove that the other party caused the accident while they did nothing to contribute to causing the accident.

Alabama’s contributory negligence rule makes recovery for financial losses particularly challenging. A slip and fall accident attorney in Birmingham is familiar with the best approach to presenting an injured person’s case and negotiating with insurance companies.

Types of Compensation

If the injured party is successful in proving the property owner’s responsibility for their accident, they may be able to receive compensation for:

  • Loss of income
  • Medical bills
  • Lost earning capacity
  • Other economic harm
  • Pain and suffering

Additional compensation may be available for the injured person’s mental anguish, disability, and lost enjoyment of life.

A Birmingham Slip and Fall Attorney can Review your Case

If you believe a property owner may be responsible for your slip and fall injuries, a Birmingham slip and fall lawyer could provide an initial review of your case and advise you regarding possible next steps. A personal injury attorney experienced in Alabama premise liability cases could help you identify and recover any financial compensation you may be due. Call today to book your introductory case consultation.

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In Alabama a personal injury claim or lawsuit must be filed within two years of the accident. In other words, if someone was injured on November 30, 2020, the deadline to file your personal injury claim or lawsuit is November 30, 2022.

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