Slip and fall injuries occur when property owners are negligent about dangerous conditions on their property. If you’ve suffered an injury after a slip or fall in San Antonio, discuss your case with one of our attorneys. We can help you receive fair compensation for time away from work, medical bills, and other expenses.
The San Antonio personal injury attorneys of D. Willis Law have experience, knowledge, and proven results to help you recover any damages as a result of your slip and fall accident.
We are committed to your recovery and your well-being. We provide peace of mind by taking care of all the paperwork and red tape you may otherwise not be able to due to serious injury or stress.
Attorney Daniel Willis has more than a decade of experience representing clients in all types of personal injury law, including slip and fall accidents.
We work on a contingency fee basis. There are no out of pocket fees and we charge nothing unless we recover compensation on your behalf.
A serious injury as a result of a slip and fall deserves compensation for your time, money, and damages. Contact us today.
Proving liability on the part of the property owner requires some proof of negligence. Consider the following questions:
To answer these questions, you may need the help of an attorney. These key pieces of evidence are crucial to handling the case. Usually, in the case of a slip and fall injury, one party is found to be negligent and the cause of the personal injury. Without proper evidence, the responsible party could just blame the accident on the clumsiness of the injured party.
The term “reasonable” can determine the outcome of slip and fall cases. It is impossible for property owners to account for everything. For example, sometimes a container will spill in a grocery store, causing a customer to fall on his or her way down an aisle. If the spill has been there for an unreasonable period of time without being cleaned up, the fault lies with the property owner. If the item spilled only moments before a customer slipped and fell, this is probably not a reasonable period of time. Unfortunately, reasonable is a term that requires some judgment, and both sides may not agree on the definition in this circumstance.
Different states operate under different laws of negligence. Texas, along with 32 other states, follows the rule of modified comparative fault. Here’s a quick overview of the different degrees of negligence cases:
Determining where the fault lies in a slip and fall claim can mean the difference between receiving an insurance settlement or not. Assignment of fault can be a demanding process and experience in determining fault is invaluable in any personal injury case. Daniel Willis has a unique background in the world of insurance that allows him to understand the fine points of the law and make the strongest possible case.
If you are injured in a slip and fall, consult a personal injury lawyer right away. Daniel Willis has over ten years of experience with personal injury claims and is ready to help you fight for the compensation you deserve. Daniel handles each case himself, giving you the peace of mind you need to recover from your injuries. Contact D. Willis Law today for a free consultation and get on the road to recovery.