Connecticut Premises Liability Law Firm
Often called “slip and fall” or “trip and fall” accidents, premises liability cases arise when someone is injured on someone else’s property – public or private. If you’re reading this page, it might already have happened to you or a member of your family.
These cases usually stem from a combination of the most basic of our activities – walking – and the negligence of a business or property owner. Whether it’s a fall because of untreated snow or ice, wet or slippery floors, cluttered aisles, dangerous merchandise displays, broken or uneven pavement, poorly maintained stairs or bad lighting, falls can lead to serious injuries, expensive surgeries, hospital stays, lengthy physical rehabilitation, permanent disability and even death.
Surprisingly, these are among the most difficult cases to prove. But the State of Connecticut, its towns, business owners, property owners and landlords have a legal responsibility to make sure the property under their control is maintained, repaired and safe for all those who use it. If you are hurt because they created or didn’t fix a dangerous condition, they can be fully responsible for your medical costs, lost wages, permanent limitations, and the resulting pain and troubles that may be with you for the rest of your life.
If you or someone you love has been injured or killed in a slip and fall accident, or a trip and fall accident, you should obtain the services of a knowledgeable licensed professional as soon as possible to gather information before the scene changes and to prepare for what is almost always a contested claim or lawsuit.
Complete Care for CT Slip and Fall Accident Victims
At The Law Offices of Paul Levin our top priority is serving the needs of people who’ve been injured in Connecticut. We believe our clients are best served when they have all the facts and legal options available for their consideration.
That’s why communication with our clients is of the utmost importance to us. Our pledge is simple: When you hire us, we explain the law and the reasons for what is being done, and we answer your questions in straightforward, understandable language. We want you to know and understand so that you can make the final decision about the resolution of your case.
Let our skilled attorneys deal with the stress of investigation, interviewing witnesses, dealing with insurance companies, meeting deadlines and, if necessary, going to court. Your number one priority should be a complete physical and emotional recovery.
With locations throughout Connecticut, we are easily accessible and willing to make time for our clients. We are happy to visit you at your home or the hospital. We are easily accessible and willing to make time for our clients. Please call toll free 1 800 999 2020 or contact us via email to schedule an appointment. If you can’t come to us, we’ll come to you!
The Law Offices of Paul Levin serves clients throughout Connecticut, including but not limited to the following areas:
Cities: Norwich, Hartford, Storrs, Windham, Brooklyn, Tolland, New London, Rocky Hill, Durham, Middletown, New Britain, Kensington, Newington, Willimantic, Putnam, Danielson, Manchester, Killingly, Plainfield, Glastonbury.
Counties: Windham County, Tolland County, New London County, Hartford County, Middlesex County.
Blog for Slip and Fall
- Who is responsible for ice/snow removal in Seymour, CT?
- Slip and Falls- A Leading Cause of Injury in Connecticut and Nationwide
- Our Connecticut Attorneys Take Slip and Fall Cases Seriously
- Injured in a slip and fall accident in Connecticut?
Library for Slip and Fall:
- Proving Fault After a Slip and Fall Accident
If you have been injured during a slip and fall accident you may be in for a fight. Proving fault after a slip and fall accident in Connecticut can be difficult. Please read on to learn more about filing for and winning your slip and fall law suit.
- Common Injuries Caused by a Slip and Fall
When you slip and fall or trip and fall injuries can range from very minor; a bruised knee and ego, to extremely serious; a broken wrist or spinal cord injury. Please read on to learn more about the most common slip and fall injuries.
- What Makes Fall Cases So Difficult?