Arkansas Slip and Fall Injury Lawyers
Little Rock Slip and Fall Attorneys
Even though a slip and fall injury can seem minor, the effects can be major. Broken bones and traumatic brain injuries are just a couple of the serious consequences of a slip and fall accident.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in 2000, the total direct cost of all slip and fall injuries for people 65 and older exceeded $19 billion, and by 2020 that cost is expected to reach $54.9 billion. Recovering from a slip and fall injury can cost thousands of dollars. If you are suffering from a slip and fall injury, Rainwater, Holt & Sexton Injury Lawyers can help you get the compensation you need.
Here are a few examples of conditions that can lead to a slip and fall injury:
- slippery floors, standing water, ice, or snow
- uneven or damaged walkways, slippery stairs, or poor maintenance
- preventable assault by a third party due to inadequate security, including lights and surveillance
- construction site injuries, especially concerning non-workers
- drowning accidents in pools
- unsecured objects falling from shelves at a store
If you or someone you know has been injured in a situation involving conditions like these or something similar, you may be entitled to financial benefits. We have 14 experienced Arkansas attorneys and 40 staff members who are available around the clock to take your call. Call an Arkansas slip and fall lawyer today at (800) 767-4815 or fill out a free contact request form.
Arkansas slip and fall injuries are typically the result of a property owner or manager’s failure to maintain a safe environment. When the slip and fall injury could have been prevented, the property owner or manager could be considered negligent and therefore, is liable for your injury. This is called premises liability.
In order to prove that the property owner is responsible for your injury, our Arkansas premises liability lawyers must prove negligence, and must be able to show that:
- the condition of the property was dangerous
- the owner knew, or should have known, about the property’s condition
- the owner had a reasonable amount of time to fix the condition of the property
Our Arkansas slip and fall injury lawyers have handled hundreds of slip and fall cases and we know how to evaluate your case.
Free Initial Consultation
We’ve got Arkansas covered. With four offices in Arkansas—Little Rock, Fayetteville, Conway, and Hot Springs—our Arkansas slip and fall injury lawyers are easily accessible when you need help. If you were hurt in a slip and fall accident and want the help of an experienced attorney with a proven track record, contact Rainwater, Holt & Sexton Injury Lawyers. Fill out a free contact request form, which only takes a minute, or simply dial (800) 767-4815 and tell us about your accident.