Providing Exceptional Representation
An accident in which you slip and fall and injure yourself on another person or company’s property falls under the category of premises liability. Many of these accidents can be prevented by properly maintaining and inspecting dangerous property conditions, such as ice patches, wet floors, crumbling walkways, or uneven surfaces. A property owner or individual who is in charge of maintaining that property may be held liable for any injuries sustained by a person as a result of dangerous conditions.
We can help you win against both commercial business owners and residential property owners. If you are on another’s property with their permission, you are entitled to a premises free from dangers the owners know about or ones they could know about. If you or someone you love have recently been hurt in a slip and fall incident, you need to hire a qualified St. Louis personal injury attorney to represent you.
Contact us today at (314) 485-4005 to find out how we can help you through your case!
Understanding the Causes of Slip & Fall Incidents
At Cantor Injury Law, we have been in practice since 1993 and in that time we have dedicated ourselves to providing the highest quality representation to our clients. Suffering an injury on another’s property because of negligence on behalf of the property owner or manager can be an extremely troubling situation. Whether you have incurred minor injuries in your fall such as a sprained ankle or a serious injury such as a fractured bone, spinal cord injury or head injury, our firm is here to help you.
There are many different causes of slip and fall accidents, such as:
- Lack of security
- Insufficient lighting
- Insufficient signage
- Lack of warnings
- Open hole or gaps
- Slippery or wet floors
- Ice patches
- Insufficient salting or plowing
- Broken stairs
- Crumbling walkways
- Uneven walkways
- Missing or broken railings
How Can Our Firm Help You?
Our firm is highly regarded in the community, with an A+ rating from the BBB and numerous awards and memberships. Throughout the years, our firm has recovered millions in settlements for our personal injury clients. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means you will not owe us anything unless we are successful in recovering compensation for you.