When you venture out of your home and are spending time at a friend's house or at a commercial property, you should have the expectation that the property has been properly maintained and, as such, is safe for you and your family. However, lack of maintenance can often cause residential or commercial properties to be in disrepair which can lead to horrible accidents and severe injury.
If you or a loved one has suffered a fall due to the negligence of a property owner, you may have rights to file a premises liability lawsuit. Please contact our attorney at Jeffress Law today by calling 303-993-8685. Our attorney, Christopher W. Jeffress, can draw upon his 25 years of experience to help you seek the maximum compensation to get you or your loved one back to normal and healed.
Types of Slip-and-Fall Cases
In the state of Colorado, home owners and store owners have a responsibility to maintain their property so that it's safe. When they fail to do this and it leads to another person becoming injured, they can be held responsible for damages and treatments. Oftentimes, slip-and-fall accidents occur because of the following:
- Poorly maintained grounds
- Uneven flooring
- Unmarked, wet or slippery floors
- Poorly maintained stairways
- Stairways lacking railings
- Loose steps
- Uneven concrete
- Snow or ice that hasn't been properly removed
- Black ice with no warning
Seeking Compensation for Your Slip-and-Fall Case
Our attorney will make it his goal to determine exactly what caused you to suffer your fall. Using this information, he will approach your case in the same way he does every case: with a personalized approach to ensure the best-possible outcome. You will never be treated like a number at Jeffress Law because our attorney will take the time to interview you and discover how your injuries are affecting your life physically, emotionally, financially, and professionally. He will also determine how much your family is suffering financially if you are unable to work or have lost your employment benefits due to your injury.
Using all of this information, Mr. Jeffress will seek compensation for your medical bills, insurance claims, lost employment, and pain and suffering. He will work to get you back on your feet, physically and financially.
Mr. Jeffress will review your case for free and operates on a contingency-fee basis, meaning he doesn't charge anything up front, nor does he collect his fee unless he wins a cash award or settlement for you. For help with your slip-and-fall injury, please contact Jeffress Law today by entering your information in the contact form on this page or calling us at 303-993-8685. We are happy to serve clients in Boulder, Longmont, Broomfield, and the surrounding Metro Area.