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Let Our Dallas Slip-And-Fall Injury Lawyers Fight For You

The consequences of a slip-and-fall accident can be devastating and leave you with a lifetime of complications. Understanding the basis of a slip-and-fall case is the first step toward claiming the compensation you deserve, and you can find the information, answers, and guidance you need from a skilled personal injury attorney.

At Link & Associates, we help the Dallas community get back on their feet after a serious injury by guiding them through the personal injury claims process to pursue the compensation they deserve. When we represent our clients, we stand by their side through every step, including identifying if they have a valid claim on their hands.

Do I Have A Slip-And-Fall Case?

You might have a slip-and-fall case if you were hurt on someone else’s property due to a condition that the owner should have addressed. For a valid claim to be available, your injuries need to have come from a hazard such as a wet floor, uneven pavement, or any other dangerous condition that was not properly signaled or fixed. This kind of neglectful ownership or reckless property management can make a property owner liable for your injuries, but you will still need to prove that liability.

In Texas, proving a slip-and-fall case requires evidence that shows that:

  1. The property owner had a duty of care to maintain a safe environment.
  2. The owner breached that duty by failing to address or warn about a hazardous condition.
  3. The breach directly caused your accident and injuries.

Our goal as your premises liability attorney is to gather all of the available evidence in your case, build a strategy to protect your best interests and work tirelessly to maximize the compensation you receive for your injuries.

Every case we take is unique, but the compensation our clients receive for their injuries follows a certain set of goals. The fair and full compensation for your injuries should reflect the current and future costs of all the consequences of your injuries, including medical expenses, lost wages due to time off work, ongoing medical treatment, relocation and renovation costs, and pain and suffering.

Our Experience Is Your Advantage

If you think your slip and fall incident qualifies for compensation, now is the best time to reach out to us. Contact our office at 214-945-8026 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation today. The sooner you meet with us, the sooner we can get to work on your claim.