I recently slipped and fell and broke my arm while grocery shopping in Lake Charles. There was a giant, unmarked puddle of water in the middle of the aisle. Can a personal injury attorney help me?

Slip And Fall Cases How An Attorney Can Help

A personal injury attorney can absolutely help you! A personal injury attorney is extremely important and vital to sufficient recovery in slip-and-fall cases.

An injury attorney can assist you with many different aspects of your case from beginning to end. By retaining an attorney, you will have the best chance of receiving compensation for your injury either by settlement or by filing a law suit.

An attorney will fight to get you the maximum recovery for your broken arm.

First, an attorney will help you investigate the claim and determine who is ultimately responsible for your injury.

Second, an attorney will ensure that the grocery store preserves any evidence that exists.

Preservation is extremely important because the evidence will be necessary for you to prove your case. Without the essential proof, the grocery store may deny liability to you and prevent you from being compensated. The grocery store’s insurance company will have attorneys working to deny liability for any reason they can find.

A successful slip-and-fall case requires that specific elements are proven.

You need an attorney working for you to ensure that you prove all elements of the case.

Finally, an attorney will help you deal with the insurance company.

The grocery store’s insurance company is going to try to pay you as little as possible for your injury and an attorney can fight to get you what you deserve. The attorney will ensure that you are paid for your medical bills plus your pain and suffering.

You do not want to face the insurance company alone.

I highly recommend that you discuss your case with an experienced personal injury attorney that will stand up to the insurance company and get you the compensation that you are due. With that being said, I highly recommend that you call Morris Bart today!

November 26, 2015 | Categories: Legal Tips, Personal Injury |