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Houston Attorneys Representing Texans After Slip-And-Fall Accidents

A slip-and-fall accident may result in minor or major injuries, depending on the circumstances. If you broke a leg, suffered a herniated disk or hit your head or spine in a fall injury, you may have a much more serious injury than a simple bump on your tailbone. It is certainly appropriate to contact a lawyer to request a free case evaluation. You may require extensive medical treatments, and rest and recovery time off of work. The costs could be significant.

To protect your future well-being, contact a personal injury lawyer at Basu Law Firm, PLLC, if you were hurt in a slip-and-fall accident. Be sure to let us know if your injury happened on the job so we can evaluate your case for a possible third-party liability claim in addition to a workers’ compensation claim.

Premises Liability And Third-Party Liability Claims

A slip-and-fall accident that sent you tumbling down a stairwell or a trip-and-fall accident on an escalator may leave you with medical expenses and a need for time off work to recover. As a customer or visitor on someone else’s property, you may bring a premises liability claim against a property owner or manager, whether you prove negligence or bring a claim based on strict liability – holding them responsible simply because you were injured on their property.

If your slip-and-fall injury happened on the job and an investigation shows that a third party – not your employer – was at fault, you may have a third-party liability claim in addition to being eligible for workers’ compensation. We are thorough, experienced premises liability attorneys who consider angles and pursue all avenues to compensation for the injured.

One Call Can Put You In Contact With A Slip-And-Fall Attorney

Initial consultations at Basu Law Firm, PLLC, are free. We are prepared to represent you on a contingency basis, which means you will owe no attorney fees until we recover compensation for you.

To schedule a discussion with one of our premises liability lawyers, call 713-369-5951 or email us. We will respond as soon as possible.