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Squamish Trip and Fall Lawyer

A trip and fall can result in severe injuries, some of which could require life-long care. From broken bones to brain damage, these injuries can reduce your ability to care for yourself or earn a living. If your fall occurred on the property of another person, you might be entitled to monetary compensation through a lawsuit. The Preszler team of Squamish personal injury lawyers could guide you on the strength of your claim.

If you do require a trip and fall law firm, we are ready to step in and assist you. We work tirelessly to represent residents in and around Squamish. Our results speak for themselves. Call today to discuss how we can help you get the most out of your injury claim.

Negligence in a trip and fall claim

The central issue in most trip and fall cases is whether or not a property owner had a duty to protect you from the hazard that led to your injuries. If a landowner is negligent, they could be liable for any damages.

Some hazards that frequently lead to a trip and fall injury include:

  • Uneven flooring.
  • Carpet tears, or loose edges.
  • Poor lighting.
  • Unmarked holes in the ground.
  • Loose floorboards.
  • Stairways with broken handrails or steps.
  • Merchandise or items left in walkways.
  • Cables or other tripping hazards
  • Spilled food or drinks

When a trip and fall lawyer reviews your case, they will work to identify the factors that led to your fall.

Potential damages in a trip and fall case

You have many options in front of you when it comes to compensation in a lawsuit. They can include tangible losses like medical bills or intangible damages like pain and suffering. Some common examples include:

  • Medical bills
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost wages
  • Diminished future earning capacity
  • Disability
  • Transportation to medical appointments

If you have suffered severe injuries, a Squamish trip and fall lawyer could help you recover damages for your injuries from the negligent property owner.

How Squamish personal injury lawyers can help

We value transparency in our quest to maximize the monetary recovery of our clients. We agree to a contingency fee up front, meaning you will never get a surprise bill in the mail. It is worth noting that due to our contingency agreement, we will only get paid if you do. If we are unsuccessful in recovering compensation in your case, you won’t owe us anything. To learn more about how our firm can help, call today to schedule a free consultation.

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Victoria, BC
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Vancouver, BC
V6E 3C9
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