Did another person’s carelessness cause you to slip and fall on their property? You could be entitled to damages because of the medical expenses you had to pay to recover for your accident if you contact our West Virginia slip and fall lawyers to file a claim.
The legal professionals at Stewart Bell, PLLC have successfully recovered millions in compensation for our clients and work quickly to obtain the MAXIMUM damages amount for your case.
To find out how we can help you, call us today at 304-345-1700. We only get paid when we obtain a recovery on your behalf.
How Our West Virginia Slip and Fall Lawyers Can Help You
At Stewart Bell, PLLC, our attorneys have a thorough understanding of the laws surrounding premises liability cases. Working with a West Virginia slip and fall lawyer will, first and foremost, help you determine whether you have a valid slip and fall claim. Having an experienced legal team in your corner is a critical step in filing a claim successfully, and Stewart Bell, PLLC is proud to have represented the citizens in Charleston, Dunbar, Huntington, and cities across the state for over 30 years.
We also offer free case consultations to anyone who believes they may have a claim, and we never accept any up-front fees. You only pay us if we win your slip and fall case.
Slip and Fall Accidents by the Numbers
A person of any age can become the victim of a hazardous or unsafe environment, but adults 55 years and older have a higher risk of slipping and falling.1
It’s important to remember that slip and fall incidents are serious events: falls are one of the leading causes of unintentional injury in the U.S., resulting in 8.9 million emergency room visits every year.2
1. National Safety Council
2. National Safety Council, 2011 NSC Facts
Where Slip and Falls Can Occur
Slips and trips most often occur in areas with uneven ground or areas where objects obstruct a path or walkway. Ramps, cluttered hallways, unstable work surfaces, ladders, or stairs are all common places for premises liability accidents. Accidents can happen on public or private property, in places like grocery stores, movie theaters, government buildings, the homes of friends or neighbors, or even in malls or parking lots. Although the owner or non-owner resident has a duty to keep their property safe for visitors or customers, slip and falls are usually the result of poorly designed or maintained properties.