Arizona Slip and Fall Lawyers

Slip and fall accidents might not appear serious, yet they can yield devastating, even potentially fatal, injuries, particularly for people who are 65 and older. Slippery surfaces, irregular terrains, and dimly lit corridors are all potential risks that lead to these catastrophic incidents.

If you suffered injuries in this type of accident, a property owner or company might be liable. Allow our Arizona slip and fall attorneys at TopDog Personal Injury Lawyers to evaluate your legal rights and options today. Consultations are always free!

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Why Choose TopDog Law Personal Injury Lawyers for Your Arizona Slip and Fall Case?

James Helm, Slip and Fall Attorney in ArizonaSlip and fall lawyers at TopDog Law Personal Injury Lawyers have helped many accident victims get back on their feet after serious injuries. We stand ready to extend our support to you as well. Our slip and fall accident attorneys understand the hardships you’re facing post-accident, financially and physically, and we pledge to assist you throughout every step of your full recovery journey.

If you’ve sustained injuries because of the carelessness of a property owner in Phoenix, Tucson, or another location in Arizona, you need a seasoned slip and fall attorney to handle your premises liability or slip and fall case. Reach out to TopDog Law Personal Injury Lawyers today for a complimentary consultation.

In Arizona, TopDog Law Personal Injury Lawyers are conveniently located in Midtown in Phoenix. We’re at 2700 North Central Avenue, Suite 320B, Phoenix, AZ 85004. We sit east of North First Street and south of Thomas Road. Call us anytime at (602) 428-9331.

Who Is Responsible for Slips and Falls in Arizona?

Slip and Fall Accident ReportSlip and fall accidents can occur in various public places such as grocery stores, shopping centers, hotels, and other businesses. When these incidents happen, we will determine who is legally responsible for your injuries. In Arizona, the responsibility typically falls on the property owner or occupier.

Arizona premises liability laws hold property owners accountable for maintaining safe conditions on their premises. This means that they have a legal duty to regularly inspect their property, fix any hazards or defects promptly, and warn visitors of potential dangers. If they fail to meet this duty, they can be liable for slip and fall accidents that occur on their property.

Property owners and insurers will try to avoid liability, so you need a persistent legal advocate fighting to prove their responsibility for your fall and injuries. The Arizona slip and fall lawyers at TopDog Law are here for you.

Do You Need a Slip and Fall Attorney?

James Helm, Arizona Slip and Fall Incident LawyerYou might wonder if an attorney is always required post-accident. If the mishap resulted in any bodily harm or substantial property damage, seeking legal counsel is always advisable. A skilled Arizona slip and fall lawyer can help direct you through the often complicated claims process.

Your lawyer will assemble your case, keep tabs on your medical documentation, negotiate with insurance providers, and stand up for you in court if needed.

Research has suggested that accident victims who enlist the services of an injury lawyer typically secure settlements that are up to 3.5 times larger than those they try to file claims on their own. This alone should be enough to schedule your initial free consultation.

By contacting TopDog Law Personal Injury Lawyers, you can discuss your case with a qualified legal advocate who will determine its value – all at no upfront expense to you. Our attorneys operate on a contingency fee arrangement. Therefore, our fees are only payable upon securing a victory in your case.

Consult an Arizona Slip and Fall Lawyer ASAP

Arizona slip and fall Lawyer James Helm cheering in front of TopDog BillboardEvery state enforces a statute of limitations for personal injury cases. If you don’t meet the time frame, your legal action becomes null and void. In Arizona, the statute of limitations for slip and fall cases is two years from the accident date or the date that you discovered the related injury.

After you contact TopDog Law Personal Injury Lawyers, we’ll take care of the legal details while you recover physically. Once all proof and medical records are collected, your lawyer will usually send a demand letter to the negligent party’s insurance firm. This paves the way for negotiations.

Often, a settlement can be agreed upon through negotiation discussions. If a fair offer is not presented by the insurance company, you might decide to proceed with the filing of a personal injury lawsuit. During litigation and the trial phase, your lawyer will be your representative before a judge, jury, and/or arbitrator in a court of law.

Slip and Fall Injuries and What They’re Worth 

The legal gladiators at TopDog Law Personal Injury Law will enter the legal coliseum and assess your claim so all your damages are fully reviewed and covered – including medical costs, lost income, pain and suffering, and the loss of quality of life.

By collecting your financial receipts and using quantifiers for non-economic damages, our lawyers can maximize the compensation you’re entitled to receive. By hiring a lawyer, you can feel confident in your damage calculations.

Insurance companies regularly undervalue claims so they can save money, which leaves you with unnecessary financial burdens. We will not allow this when we are on the case. We ensure to accurately assess all economic and non-economic damages and keep fighting until we receive a favorable settlement. If we don’t, we are ready to take the case to court.

Taking Your Case to Court

Taking Slip and Fall Accident Case to CourtIn instances where settlement negotiations reach a deadlock, the fate of your case may rest in the hands of a jury.

Our lawyers regularly make persuasive arguments in court based on the evidence, including accident reporting, videos and pictures, eyewitness testimony, and expert evaluations. We are confident and experienced litigators who do  not back down to insurance companies and their defense attorneys in the courtroom.

Contact TopDog Law Personal Injury Lawyers if You Need an Arizona Slip and Fall Attorney

James Helm, Attorney for Slip and Fall In Arizona

Contact Arizona personal injury lawyers at TopDog Law about your slip and fall case right away. Give us a call at 602-428-9331 today for your free case review and consultation. Remember, time is of the essence. In Arizona, you have two years from the incident date to submit your claim. After that, you lose out on the chance to file a case for review.

Don’t risk your financial future; get TopDog Law on the case today!

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