Recovering The Damages You Deserve After A Slip-And-Fall Injury
Businesses and other establishments that are open to the public and have a responsibility for the safety of the patrons and visitors who frequent them. However, premise accidents – commonly referred to as “slip-and-fall accidents” – still occur frequently in and around Atlanta and comprise a substantial portion of the personal injury lawsuits that are litigated in the northern Georgia civil courts.
The Atlanta Evan M. Altman, Attorney at Law represents individuals who have been injured in slip and fall and other types of accidents that occur on someone else’s premises. Our legal team has forged our reputation by winning sizable settlements and jury awards for our accident injury clients.
Costs Associated With Slip-And-Fall Accidents
It’s a common misconception that slip-and-fall accident injuries are always minor in nature. The fact of the matter is that premise injuries can be debilitating or even deadly, especially if they involve a severe brain injury or a major spinal cord injury. If you are injured in a slip-and-fall accident, the costs can be astronomical. Even a moderate injury can involve:
- Emergency care
- Follow-up visits with doctors
- Lost wages
- Diminished earning capacity
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Pain and suffering
Delays Can Be Costly
If you’ve been injured in a premise or slip-and-fall accident, seek medical attention immediately, but then make a call to the Atlanta-based Evan M. Altman, Attorney at Law. Personal injury cases often hinge on factors like security surveillance video and eyewitness accounts. A delay in action could adversely affect the outcome of your case, so the sooner you contact our law office, the better.
If you have sustained injuries due to a slip and fall, a falling item, or any other mishap that was the result of the negligence of a proprietor or property owner, you may be entitled to full compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Contact Evan M. Altman, Attorney at Law
Because attorney Evan M. Altman works on a contingency basis, you will not have to pay for his services until you have received a settlement or jury award. Your initial consultation will be free of charge. To schedule your free initial consultation, call 770-285-7134 or send a message online.