Wet floors or unkept premises can result in a slip and fall. If you have been injured by these conditions, contact an expert personal injury attorney.

Slip and Fall


It’s easy to dismiss a slip and fall injury as an accident or a non-issue, but a quick look at the statistics reveals that they’re more common—and serious—than you’d think. The U.S. Center for Disease Control estimates that slip and fall accidents account for one-third of all traumatic brain injuries and a quarter of all spinal cord injuries.

About Slip and Fall Injuries

People slip, trip or fall due to common hazards, such as wet or uneven floors. Business owners have a responsibility by law to keep their premises reasonably safe for customers. Ignoring certain safety hazards over a period of time is an accident waiting to happen.

Common Hazards


  • Wet floors
  • Misplaced items
  • Uneven or poorly maintained floors
  • Extension cords, hoses or other tripping hazards
  • Open and unmarked holes
  • Poorly maintained staircases or railings
  • Icy or snowy parking lots
David Zevan, medical malpractice attorney, has more than 20 years of experience delivering results for the victims of medical malpractice, personal injury, and defective products.

Don’t Wait—Act.

If you have been wrongfully injured as a result of a slip and fall injury, contact our legal team right away. Waiting to seek legal representation can prevent you from filing a claim and receiving the compensation you deserve.

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