We Fight for Premises Liability Victims in Mobile, Daphne, Foley, and Throughout Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida
At Andy Citrin Injury Attorneys, we are dedicated to helping clients who have been injured due to dangerous conditions. Our premises liability attorneys will fight to get you the compensation you need to recover from the losses you have suffered.
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury as a result of the careless actions of a property owner, complete our online form or call us at 251-888-8888 to schedule a free consultation with our personal injury lawyers and begin exploring your legal options.
Common Causes of Slip-and-Fall Injuries
Unsafe premises cause more than 8 million injuries a year across the United States. Conditions that often cause falls include:
- Liquid spills
- Dim lighting
- Uneven flooring or loose floorboards
- Unmarked steps
- Material defects
Serious injuries caused by unsafe property are particularly common among the elderly. Every year, approximately 3 million older Americans go to the emergency room after a serious fall.
Common Types of Slip-and-Fall Injuries
Slip-and-fall accidents can cause serious, debilitating injuries. Some common injuries related to poor property management include:
- Bruises and cuts
- Dislocated joints
- Broken bones
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Herniated discs and other spine injuries
- Neck and back injuries
- Internal injuries
At Andy Citrin Injury Attorneys, our lawyers fight to help you recover compensation for injuries like these. We will consider all of the ways your injury has affected your life, from additional medical expenses to your future ability to work.
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Contact Our Alabama Slip-and-Fall Attorneys Today
Unfortunately, slip-and-fall accidents are not uncommon. It is important for businesses to maintain a safe environment for employees and patrons. When an individual is injured because of dangerous property conditions, one of our injury attorneys will fight to make sure the property owner is held accountable.
Important facts about falls. (2017, February 10). Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/homeandrecreationalsafety/falls/adultfalls.html