Slip-And-Fall Injuries In Maine: Ice And Other Hazards
Maximize Your Compensation From A Slip-And-Fall
Whether you were injured on private or public property, you may be able to obtain compensation for your injuries and related expenses, including medical expenses, lost wages, and potentially long-term or life-altering consequences of your fall.
Property owners can be held accountable for not maintaining clean and safe premises, including icy sidewalks, parking lots and drives. Other attorneys might not take cases involving falls on ice, but we do. We take on challenging, tough-to-litigate cases regularly, and we secure maximum compensation for our clients.
Property owners may include:
- Retail stores
- Sports venues
- Government buildings
- Office buildings
- Grocery stores
- Public pools
- Private homes
- Construction sites
Claims against public entities are often more complicated, but regardless of where you or a loved one was injured, it is important to take quick action and speak with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible.
What Should You Do If You Fell And Were Injured At A Friend’s Or Family Member’s Home?
If you were injured on someone else’s private property, we can hold him or her accountable, but compensation will come out of the homeowners insurance policy (possibly even your own) or a general liability insurance policy.
You need not be concerned with suing a friend’s or family member’s insurance company if you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries. The same principle applies on almost any property.
Speak With One Of Our Experienced Attorneys About Your Unique Case
At Terry Garmey & Associates , in Portland, Maine, we bring over 60 years of combined experience to your case. Our attorneys can pursue nearly any type of slip-and-fall injury case, including falls on ice, slick walkways, wet spots in stores, obstructions in walkways, defective stairs, defective or cracked sidewalks, and virtually any other circumstance. Don’t pass up the compensation that you fully deserve.
We Fight For Underdogs — Call For A Free Initial Consultation
Please call us at 207-899-4644 or email us to schedule a meeting with one of our experienced attorneys. Our team handles all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that we cover all legal costs upfront, and we only get paid if you get paid from a settlement or verdict.
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