A slip and fall accident can be detrimental to your mobility and financial security. A fall on unkempt property, for example, can result in injuries that prevent you from working and providing for your family. You may be able to obtain compensation if the accident occurred due to negligence of the property owner or occupier or if he or she allowed a hazard to remain on the premises. A slip and fall lawyer in Halifax at Wagners can help you succeed in a personal injury case. We are a recognized personal injury law firm that represents individuals throughout NS, NB and PEI.
80 Years of Collective Experience Handling Occupiers’ Liability Claims
The team at Wagners has decades of experience as trusted advocates for injured people. We take an assertive and comprehensive approach to every legal case involving an injured person. We represent you throughout all stages and keep you informed and engaged as your case proceeds.
Common Slip and Fall Causes
When the owner or manager of a commercial, private or public property fails to maintain the premises, hazards can result, such as:
- Water spills
- Inadequate lighting
- Snow and ice on sidewalks
- Fallen debris
Legal claims can also occur based on negligent security, which causes an environment that leads to a slip-and-fall. Failure to disclose hazardous conditions may also have an impact on a lawsuit, depending on the circumstances of the case.
Premises Liability Claims and Slip-and-Fall Injuries
An experienced slip and fall lawyer in Halifax can advise you about your rights. It is also important to seek medical attention from a qualified medical professional to document the accident and your injuries even if your injuries appear to be minor at first. Our lawyers have handled a wide range of slip-and-fall injury cases, including those involving foot injuries, ankle injuries, back injuries, wrist injuries, broken bones, fractures in Halifax, and more.
If you have been seriously injured, please contact a lawyer at Wagners to discuss your case. You can reach our team by calling 902-425-7330 or 1-800-465-8794, or by completing a short online contact form.