SLIP AND FALLS
Holding Property Owners Accountable After A Trip Or Slip-And-Fall
Homeowners, property owners and business owners have a responsibility to maintain their property to ensure the safety of their guests. When these owners fail this responsibility, it can cause disastrous consequences for the victim of the fall, especially for elderly individuals.
Receiving fair compensation for your fall is not easy, but the experienced personal injury attorney of the Finlay Law Firm can help. Attorney Javier A. Finlay has more than 10 years of experience in helping people recover from serious injuries. His guidance can help you receive the compensation you need to cover all the costs of your injury.
Do Not Underestimate Your Injuries
A slip-and-fall accident can have much worse consequences than you may expect. A victim can suffer a broken leg or hip, a shattered wrist, a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord damage and even death. These injuries can come from any type of fall, including from:
- A loose spill
- Trip hazards
- Unsecured handrails
- Unstable steps
- Dark walkways
A property owner needs to take action to keep their guests safe from these avoidable injures, but they are also often prepared if a fall should happen. Attorney Finlay knows how to negotiate with insurance companies and other attorneys to maximize the compensation you receive. If negotiations cannot yield the outcome you deserve, he is prepared to take your claim to court.
Choose Personal Injury Experience You Can Trust
When you need someone to help you through your personal injury claim, choose a lawyer with firsthand knowledge of how insurance companies work. Mr. Finlay used to work in insurance defense so he could learn how to best fight for the victims of reckless or negligent actions.
If you have suffered a serious injury, let Mr. Finlay help you fight for the compensation you need. Call his Coral Gables office at 786-897-5517 or send him an email to schedule your free initial consultation today. Mr. Finlay can represent slip-and-fall victims in both Florida and Nevada.