Kannapolis, NC Slip and Fall Accident Attorneys
While some falls are merely nothing more than an embarrassment—you fall, you get up, dust yourself off, and maybe even laugh at yourself—others are more serious. In fact, slip and fall injuries, under the right circumstances, can be debilitating, leading to lifelong disabilities and deficits, and sadly, even death.
If you or a loved one has experienced a serious slip and fall injury, you need to reach out for experienced counsel and representation right away. North Carolina limits the amount of time that personal injury claimants—including those injured during slip and fall incidents—to just three years. In cases of wrongful death, the statute of limitations is even shorter – just two years. After that time, your claim will likely be deemed invalid. Reach out to Brown Moore & Associates, PLLC for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or calling us at 800-948-0577. Our Kannapolis, NC slip and fall accident attorney is ready to help you face down the big insurance companies and get the compensation to which you are entitled to your injuries.
The Seriousness of Slip and Fall Injuries
Falling—as humorous as it might seem in some instances—is nothing to laugh about, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC notes that:
- 20 percent of all falls result in serious injury, including head injuries and broken bones.
- Falls are the most common source of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs).
- More than 800,000 people are injured so seriously in falls each year that they require hospitalization.
- Falls result in billions of dollars in medical bills each year.
- As many as 95 percent of all hip fractures are the result of falling.
The sad thing is that most cases of slip and fall injuries that occur while shopping, running errands, or attending the local block party are a result of someone else’s negligence. Property owners are required to maintain their properties in a reasonably safe fashion for visitors to their property. If they knowingly allow dangerous conditions or unsafe circumstances to exist, they risk liability and slip and fall claims.
As long as you are a lawful visitor to a property, you are owed a duty of care by its owner to be free from any known hazards or to be warned of the same. For example, you should expect to walk through the aisles of a grocery store without sliding in spilled liquid, falling, and injuring yourself.
Damages in Slip and Fall Cases
There are several types of damages that may be incurred following a slip and fall injury. A slip and fall claim generally seeks compensation for medical costs, lost income, and pain and suffering. Other damages may be sought, however, depending on your particular situation. Reach out now to schedule a free consultation of your case by clicking here or calling us at 800-948-0577. Our seasoned and compassionate Kannapolis, NC slip and fall accident attorney has a proven track record of helping accident victims recover just and fair settlements and verdicts for their injuries.
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