Many have the erroneous belief that if you slip, trip, fall, or are otherwise injured on someone else’s property they must pay for your damages. This is true only if you can also prove that the condition on the property that caused your injury was unreasonably dangerous and was either created by the property owner or has existed long enough that it should have been corrected or warned of.
Liability may be difficult to prove because the unreasonably dangerous condition may be altered or repaired before it is photographed or viewed by others. Puddles of water, for example, get mopped up. Early involvement of the attorneys at Easton & Easton, LLP is helpful and often essential in preserving the evidence necessary to win the case. Some of the types of accidents that occur due to unreasonably dangerous conditions are slip and falls, trip and falls, animal bites, swimming pool accidents, construction accidents, fires, inadequate security or protection, explosions, falling tree limbs, collapsing chairs, landslides, and virtually any type of accident occurring on someone else’s property that causes injury due to an unreasonably dangerous condition. At Easton & Easton, LLP, we have represented many clients in all types of premises liability actions arising out of unreasonably dangerous conditions from slip and falls to trip and falls to construction accidents to falls into open grease pits at a restaurant to falls into an open sewer at an amusement park to being struck by a falling tree branch at a city park.
At Easton & Easton, LLP, our combined 70 years of experience allow us to seamlessly assess and coordinate medical care to make certain the full extent of our clients’ injuries are identified, treated, and provable.
We understand the tricks, stratagems, and defenses the insurance companies and their attorneys use to defeat or minimize a claim, and at Easton & Easton, LLP, we utilize our experience, skill, and dedication to make certain our clients do not fall victim to the insurance companies’ tricks and stratagems.
Please call us at 800-461-8259 for a free initial consultation. If our lawyers do not take your case, there is no charge.
Photograph the unreasonably dangerous condition that caused your injury.
Do not talk to the insurance company or give a written or recorded statement to the insurance company without talking to the Easton & Easton, LLP.
Call Easton & Easton, LLP as soon as possible so we can advise you what to do next.