By Your Side After A Slip-And-Fall Accident
In Virginia and across the U.S., property owners are required to keep their premises safe from hazards or to take steps to fix these problems when they arise. Complying with premises liability laws can be expensive, however. Sometimes, property owners prefer to protect their profits rather than your safety.
At Price Perkins Larkin, we put your needs first. As your advocate, we will advise you honestly of your options and fight tirelessly to get the maximum compensation you are owed. You can rely on our attorneys to remain by your side from day one until your case is resolved.
Contact us now to schedule your free client consultation.
Putting Our Experience To Work For You
Our lawyers have decades of personal injury experience that they use to hold negligent and reckless property owners to account. We know how to create compelling arguments that highlight the at-fault party’s liability and undercut their defense.
Whether you have been hurt on residential or commercial property, we are qualified to represent you. We handle a variety of slip, trip and fall claims caused by:
- Slippery, wet or uneven surfaces
- Poorly secured floor tiles, carpeting or ceiling tiles
- Dimly lit parking lots or stairwells
- Loose merchandise on shelves
- Cluttered aisles that lead to falls
Although you may believe that the cause of your accident is obvious, don’t expect to receive a fair settlement offer when you speak with an insurance representative. Insurance providers and their attorneys will fight hard to avoid paying for medical expenses and other costs associated with these types of claims.
Our lawyers are ready to challenge opposing counsel in and out of court. We will not accept low settlement offers and are always prepared to litigate your claim if negotiation sessions stall.
Considering Accepting A Settlement Offer? Talk With Us First.
Recovering from your injuries may be more expensive than you think. Talk with a knowledgeable personal injury attorney about your situation and learn what your claim may be worth.