Get Compensation for Your Slip and Fall Injury Losses in New Castle
If you suffered injuries in a slip and fall, you may be eligible to collect monetary compensation from one or more liable parties. You may qualify for compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, reduced earning capacity, pain and suffering, and more. A New Castle, PA slip and fall accident and injury lawyer from Berger and Green can take on the responsible party and their insurance provider so you can win compensation for your losses.
At Berger and Green, our partners have decades of combined experience helping injured clients in the New Castle, PA area recover settlements. One of our founders, Laurence Green, has been handling personal injury cases for over 40 years. We can help you recover money to cover your slip and fall accident-related losses.
To set up a free, no-obligation case evaluation with a member of our team today, call us at (412) 661-1400.
For a free legal consultation with a slip and fall injury lawyer serving New Castle, call 412-661-1400
Berger And Green Will Protect Your Rights After a Slip and Fall Injury
After a slip and fall injury, you may feel overwhelmed thinking about what comes next. Between doctor appointments, physical therapy, rehabilitation, and falling behind on bill payments due to missing work for recovery, it can be challenging to chart an ideal path forward.
The New Castle, PA personal injury lawyers at Berger and Green are here to help you get through the difficult period following an injury stemming from a slip and fall accident.
Most importantly, we will aggressively fight for your rights, identifying the responsible party or parties and pursuing them for the full and fair compensation you deserve.
We have helped clients win settlements for slip and fall injuries on residential and commercial properties.
Types of Residential Property Where Slip and Fall Injuries Occur
Types of residential properties where slip and fall accidents and injuries happen include:
- Single-family homes
- Mobile homes
- Manufactured homes
When someone gets injured on residential property, one or more parties other than the injured person may be liable. These parties may include:
- The landlord or homeowner
- The tenant
- The property manager
- The homeowner’s association
- The builder
Pennsylvania has strict premise liability laws. If you are injured while on someone else’s property, Pennsylvania’s premise liability laws hold the property owners and managers liable. These laws require owners and managers to quickly address any dangerous condition that emerges. These laws ensure that owners take proactive steps to protect guests, including warning them about the condition and shielding them from it.
When we take your New Castle slip and fall accident and injury case, we will start by investigating your accident and determining the conditions that led to it. We will gather evidence showing that the responsible party or parties should have addressed the situation before it injured you. We will use the evidence we collect to put forward a compelling claim for damages.
Find out how we can help you collect monetary compensation for your slip and fall accident and injury in New Castle, PA, by calling Berger and Green at (412) 661-1400.
Types of Commercial Property Where Slip and Fall Injuries Occur
Common commercial properties where slip and fall accidents occur include the following:
- Office space
- Grocery stores
- Shopping malls
- Parking garages
The same premise liability laws that apply to residential property owners and managers also apply to individuals who own and manage commercial properties. If a business caused your slip and fall injury, we will investigate to determine the details of your accident. If it was due to a dangerous condition on the property, we will show that someone should have been aware of the condition and should have done something about it before your injury.
To set up a free slip and fall accident injury case evaluation with the lawyers at Berger and Green, call us today at (412) 661-1400.
Public Property Injuries
Injuries stemming from slip and fall accidents on public property, such as parks, beaches, and city streets can be complicated to litigate. Public property tends to be owned or managed by municipalities, but we may be able to help you collect compensation. No matter where your injury occurred, call Berger and Green for a free case evaluation. We are eager to learn about your situation and determine your legal options. Call (412) 661-1400 today to speak with a member of our team.
New Castle Slip and Fall Injury Lawyer Near Me 412-661-1400
We Fight for Compensation to Cover Your Losses
The New Castle slip and fall accident and injury lawyers at Berger and Green can pursue the responsible party and their insurer on your behalf. We will fight for monetary compensation to cover your damages. You may be eligible to recover compensation for the following damages and more:
We help you get paid for both your current and your anticipated future medical expenses.
We can help you recover lost income that you were unable to earn while missing work to recover from your injury.
Reduced Earning Capacity
If your ability to earn a living on a long-term basis was impaired, we can help you recover the difference between what you are capable of earning post-injury and what you may have been able to earn pre-injury.
Pain and Suffering
We help you recover all noneconomic damages eligible to you such as pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of enjoyment of life.
The Statute of Limitations in Pennsylvania For Slip and Fall Accidents
The statute of limitations, or limitation of time, on filing a claim for a slip and fall accident in Pennsylvania is typically two years. This timeframe can be modified based on extenuating circumstances. Speak with a lawyer as soon as possible to find out if you missed a deadline. If necessary, Berger and Green can take quick legal action to forestall a forthcoming deadline.
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