Slip and Fall Cases | Premises Liability

A “Slip and Fall” is a type of premises liability claim. Premises liability cases are personal injury claims where the at-fault party is responsible for an accident and a plaintiff’s injuries. In premises liability cases, the negligent party can be the property owner, landowner, or property manager.

The injuries caused by slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents can be severe, including broken hips, fractured wrists, arms and legs, back injuries, and brain injuries and brain injuries. If you were injured because of a slip, trip, fall, or some other hazard on the premises you were on, you may be entitled to sue the possessor of the property for your injuries. Slip and fall cases are based on tort. Because of this, you’ll be required to prove the general elements of a negligence claim. Proving liability or negligence can become complicated quickly, so it’s important to consult with a slip-and-fall accident lawyer as soon after your accident as possible.

At Crane Law, we handle employment, discrimination and personal injury cases throughout Michigan. Since 1995, Steve Crane has successfully represented persons like you.

As an experienced lawyer, Steve can gauge when it makes sense to go to court. He knows that a letter or phone call — with proper wording and timing — can be more effective or cost-efficient than suing for damages or injunctive relief.

For those cases that must be presented to a judge or jury, he is eminently qualified to assert your interests.

If you have sustained a workplace injury, call Steve free. He and his team can assess the facts of your case and help you determine the best course of action to move forward.

To schedule a discrete and confidential consultation about your matter, call Steve free at (888) 855-4400.