Slip and Fall

A personal injury lawyer can assist with your claim if you are a victim of slip and fall injury.

A personal injury lawyer can assist with your claim if you are a victim of slip and fall injury. These accidents can sometimes lead to severe injuries. Take note that when someone slips and falls, they can receive injuries to the back, neck, or spine. The injured person can also suffer from broken bones or head injuries. Anyone should seek immediate medical attention after the fall as it may sometimes be fatal.

Results in Slip and Fall cases

Here are just a few outstanding cases we have won


$18.7 million

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$4.1 million


$4.1 million

However, if the accident occurred outside your house, for instance, in a store, you should file an incident or accident report.

That would serve as documentation, and it will play a part in further investigation of the incident because it might be the fault of the property owner where the accident occurred. The slip and fall attorney will provide you with more information about the needed documentation and all other details about the process. Medical reports and photographs are excellent documentations that you can also provide and will help the case.

The property owner’s insurance should always help with the medical expenses such as the doctor’s professional fees, medicines, accommodations, and other wages that the victim incurred from the fall. It is always the slip and fall lawyer that determines the value of the claim. That is why if you need to file a claim, you should speak to a lawyer as soon as possible after the incident. 

In Atlanta, GA, we fight aggressively to obtain 100% of the compensation available under the law.

Property Owner Responsibility

Until proven, both the injured party and the property owner are responsible for the injury in the eyes of the law. The injured party has to show in court that he took all measures possible to prevent an accident. If the mishap were attributable to the injured party’s own carelessness, like ignoring warning signs or driving under the influence of alcohol, the compensation claim would be void.

If another party is involved in the accident, like a property owner, that party will need to prove that his carelessness didn’t cause the accident. For instance, slip and fall claim that the property owner has to prove that he put up enough warning signs because of wet floors.

What to Do After a Slip and Fall Accident?

If you have been in an unfortunate incident where you slipped or fell, the first thing you should do is get checked by a doctor. Keep all documentation that you receive in emergency rooms or at doctor appointments. Of course, you should get familiar with why the accident occurred and if it was at fault of someone else, make sure to contact a speciаlized attorney right away. 

Avoid speaking to the other party’s insurance company and property owners of where the slip and fall accident occurred. However, gather any evidence (photos, medical records, witnesses contacts) that you can, and when you choose the best and trusted attorney for your case, trust them with it. 

Wet floors left unattended and without warning signs can be reason enough for a strong slip and fall claim.

In numerous cases where the responsible party is insured, the compensation for personal injury claims might be recovered from the insurance company.

Damages for a personal injury claim cover both non-financial and financial compensation. Non-financial compensation is often called a pain and suffering claim, which cannot be estimated immediately. As per Atlanta laws, a person is entitled to a maximum of $300,000 for pain and suffering non-financial damages if that person is filing for a personal injury claim.

What Injuries Can the Slip and Fall Accidents Lead to?

Many different cases can take place regarding slip and fall incidents. You can trip, slip, fall or else because of unsteady construction or unsafe environment, and more. This can lead to different types of trauma – head injuries, neck and back injuries, bruises and cuts, bone fractures, or other severe or mild consequences.

It doesn’t matter if the injuries seem not too serious, if they were due to the negligence of someone else, you deserve your rightful compensation and financial obligation. Contacting a slip and fall lawyer is the best you can do to ensure it.

FAQs for Slip and Fall Cases

What are the common reasons for a slip and fall accident?

One of the very first reasons is the condition of the floor. If it was uneven or wet and slippery, it could be the reason for your accident. Furthermore, inadequate lighting, snow, and ice that wasn’t removed, raised or cracked sidewalks, or long cords are common reasons for slip and fall accidents. 

Why should I choose the Singleton Law Firm?

We’ve already gone through why you definitely need a lawyer to represent your slip and fall case. Choosing the Singleton Law Firm means also choosing an attorney that is dedicated to fighting for your rights. An attorney that will listen to you and talk you through the process, that will make sure you get the best outcome from the accident as it is your legal right! We have experience in all personal injuries cases, and slip and fall are one of them so you can be assured that your attorney will be skilled, experienced, and proficient.

How can you prove my case?

There are many niceties to our work and each case’s specifics. However, we know exactly how to use each piece of evidence in our favor. It would be great if you also gathered important documentation while you were getting medical assistance or if you’ve taken photos of the scene where the accident occurred. All of this will help us prove your case and get the deserved outcome from it. 

Who is responsible for my accident?

Your legal rights are very important for you, and it’s crucial that you are well familiar with them. If you have been in a slip and fall accident that took place on another person’s property, it is the owner of it that can be at fault. This includes business owners, landlords, or other homeowners. If you or your loved one have been in an unfortunate accident on their property, they can be held responsible for that accident. 

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