Slip and Fall Accidents
If a wet or uneven floor in a private residence or commercial establishment caused you to slip and fall, and you suffered serious injuries as a result, you may be entitled to make a claim against the owner of the dangerous property.
At the Columbus law firm of Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, we have proudly represented injured people since our firm’s founding in 1986. We know what it takes to help you pursue the compensation you need and deserve.
Contact our nationally known attorneys to schedule your initial consultation by calling toll free (800) 647-7003 or by email.
Ohio Property Owners’ Responsibilities to Prevent Slip and Fall Accidents
Under Ohio law, property owners are responsible for maintaining their properties in a reasonably safe condition. This responsibility is especially important for the owners of businesses to protect the safety of their customers.
Property that is intended for public use should be reasonably maintained so as to prevent accidents. When property owners fail to follow the accepted standard of care, and accidents happen, victims have the right to seek compensation for their injuries and related losses.
If you suffered a slip and fall injury due to a floor, you may be eligible for compensation, for not only your medical bills and time away from work, but also your pain and suffering.
Find Out If You Have A Case
During an initial consultation at the Columbus law office of Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, you will sit down with one of our lawyers and explain the circumstances that led to your accident. After thoroughly examining the details, we will explain your legal options, the process of pursuing compensation and working with the insurance company on your behalf.
Contact our Columbus Premises Liability Lawyers
Contact our office today to schedule your appointment. If you are unable to visit our office due to your injuries, we will gladly schedule a time to meet you at the hospital.
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