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Montgomery Slip-and-Fall Lawyer

Suffering a slip-and-fall can cause significant damages—and in more ways than one. Between unpaid medical bills, uncompensated time away from work, and the impact of your injuries themselves, it can all seem overwhelming.

On top of that, knowing someone else could have prevented your injury by living up to their duty of care can leave you feeling dejected. 

Fortunately, there may be a solution. By following a personal injury claim against the responsible person or entity, you could receive a financial settlement that compensates you for your various damages. Let a Montgomery slip-and-fall lawyer help you get started today with a free consultation. 

Common Factors in Slip-and-Fall Injuries

A slip-and-fall can happen anywhere. Tragically, the victims who go to the lengths of pursuing compensation usually do so because they have suffered serious injuries. 

Regardless of the type of injury you’ve suffered, however, we can help you pursue the compensation you deserve:

The party responsible for your slip-and-fall injury can change depending on the context of the incident. For example, it’s common for workers to suffer back or related injuries after slipping or tripping on the job. And although they may not be able to sue their employers, it may be possible to file a third-party claim against other negligent parties, such as contractors or even property owners.

Other examples of places where you can suffer a slip-and-fall include:

  • On Government Property – If the negligence of a public agency tasked with keeping you safe contributed to your injuries, you could hold them responsible with a lawsuit. 
  • At a Local Business – For example, a business that forgets to set out a wet-floor sign could have contributed to your injuries through its own carelessness. 
  • At a Private Residence – If you suffered injuries after a slip at a friend, neighbor’s, or family member’s house, you could receive a settlement paid out by their homeowners insurance policy. 

How Long Do You Have to File a Claim in Alabama?

The statute of limitations in Alabama for most personal injury claims is generally two years. For some specific types of claims, such as those involving the government, you may have less time than this. 

The statute of limitations can essentially prevent you from recovering compensation for your damages once it’s already expired, which shows how important it is to be proactive and seek out the help of a slip-and-fall lawyer before your window of opportunity closes. 

Get a Free Consultation with a Montgomery Slip-and-Fall Lawyer Today

Have you been injured after a trip, slip, or fall? Contact a Montgomery slip-and-fall lawyer from Henry Dailey Law Firm to schedule a free consultation. 

Call us at 205-995-2412 or fill out the form on our website to get started. 



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