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Slip And Fall

Montana and Oregon Slip and Fall Lawyer

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“Slip and fall” is a term for personal injury cases that arise when injury is caused during a slip and fall as a result of a dangerous or hazardous condition on someone else’s property. Slip and fall accidents and trip and fall accidents are the most common types of “premises liability” cases.

To win a premises liability claim, your slip and fall lawyer has to prove either that the defendant created the hazard that led to the accident or that the defendant knew or should have known about the danger and should have had it removed or repaired.

This can often be difficult to prove, since establishing when a given hazard first appeared can be challenging. That is why the attorneys at Bliven Law Firm, P.C. aggressively represents victims of slip and fall accidents. Our goal is to help our clients receive full compensation for their injuries.

Schedule a free consultation with our legal team today!

How a Slip and Fall Lawyer At Our Firm Can Help

If you suffer injuries from a slip and fall or trip and fall accident, get in touch with our firm. Our dedicated slip and fall lawyers have decades of experience in this area of law. Over the years, our firm has recovered millions for victims injured due to the negligence of others. However, the most compelling evidence that speaks to our proven record of success is our client testimonials and online reviews.

Bliven Law Firm, P.C. helps clients build their cases by:

  1. Investigating the accident
  2. Building the claim
  3. Negotiating a settlement
  4. Litigating if necessary

An attorney with our firm can be with you every step of the way to help you:

  • Understand your best legal options
  • Seek the compensation you deserve
  • Meet important deadlines
  • Protect your case if the property owner tries to shift the blame to you
  • Pursue all responsible parties involved

If you were recently injured in a slip or trip and fall accident, do not wait to speak with an attorney. We can help you understand if you have a viable claim and how to file a slip and fall claim if eligible.

Slip and Fall Statute of Limitations

A statute of limitations is a law that determines how long parties involved have to file a lawsuit. In Montana, the statute of limitations generally allows a personal injury case to be filed within 3 years of the date of the injury.

If you suffered a serious injury in a slip or trip and fall accident, you may have a personal injury case against the negligent party. It is important that you meet your deadline to file a claim. Missing this deadline may mean losing your ability to file a lawsuit for your slip and fall accident forever. Visit our blog to learn more about how long you have to file a slip and fall lawsuit.

Schedule a Free Consultation With Our Montana and Oregon Slip and Fall Lawyers

Our firm works hard to ensure the best possible outcomes for our clients. The personal injury lawyers at Bliven Law Firm, P.C. represent individuals who have suffered personal injuries in Montana and Oregon.

To learn more about our services, schedule a free consultation with us today. If you are too injured to make it to our office, we can plan a trip to you. For your free case evaluation, call (406) 625-0100 or message us online.

Where Do Slip and Falls Accidents Happen Near Me?

Slip and fall and trip and fall accidents can occur anywhere. Moreover, these accidents can occur anywhere on a property, indoors or outdoors. 

These accidents can take place at locations such as:

  • Retail store
  • Supermarket
  • Hotel
  • Museum
  • Hospital or medical facility
  • Restaurant
  • Government building
  • Other place where you are a guest or customer

Liability for Slip and Fall Accidents

When you visit a store or another person’s home, you deserve to feel safe. Property owners have an obligation to prevent guests and visitors from being harmed on their property. Slip and fall cases are governed under negligence law. A property owner or business owner could be liable for a slip or trip and fall accident caused by:

  • Wet or slick floors
  • Loose floorboards
  • Uneven floors
  • Debris
  • Ice
  • Broken safety rails
  • Broken stairs or elevators
  • Poor lighting
  • Electric cords

 Request a free consultation with our firm by calling (406) 625-0100 or contacting us online