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All public businesses have a responsibility to make sure their premises are safe for shoppers and visitors. In legal lingo, this responsibility is called a “duty of care.”
Owners and employees alike must implement and follow procedures to regularly inspect the premises and address any risks that may result in injuries to customers. This can mean quickly cleaning up spills, putting out warning signs if floors are wet, repairing broken stairs or rails, or promptly addressing any other hazardous conditions.
Unfortunately, many businesses do not always take reasonable care—and you may experience a slip and fall accident as a result.
If you or a loved one suffered serious injuries in a slip and fall accident, you may have questions about what to do next, and you may not even know where to start.
Help is available: the law office of Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, offers a completely FREE consultation. Someone is available to take your call for free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so call us right now at 866-957-9545. Act now to protect your rights. If you decide to hire us to represent you, you’ll pay us nothing up front, and absolutely nothing at all unless your case is won.
Our Houston slip and fall accident attorneys regularly help people just like you find justice and compensation after an unexpected accident and injury. We’re ready to help!
Since establishing our headquarters in Houston, Texas in 1999, our firm has grown to numerous locations across the country, including hubs in Dallas, New Orleans, Los Angeles, and Atlanta. Along the way, we’ve built a trusted network of partners throughout all 50 states who share our values and our commitment to excellence. A personal injury attorney from our law firm will be there to offer compassionate and aggressive legal guidance and support throughout the legal process.
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Why Choose Our Houston Injury Lawyers for Your Slip and Fall Case?
Slip and fall cases can be some of the most difficult cases to win. Many personal injury lawyers in Texas won’t even take them. These types of cases can be complex and businesses often employ expensive legal teams to wriggle out of paying victims. For example, they might try to blame you for “being clumsy” or “not watching where you were going.”
Stewart Guss and his team absolutely do not tolerate these bullying tactics. We hold businesses responsible for slip and fall cases. We know their tricks, and with decades of experience winning these types of cases, we ensure slip and fall accident victims get what they deserve. We receive recognition throughout Texas and across the United States for the quality of representation we provide to each and every client! You need the right attorney for slip and fall cases. Call us to experience our firm’s client-focused values and dedication firsthand.
When you trip and fall, attorneys can help get to the root cause of the accident. Often, it is a safety hazard on the premises, and the business or property owner is responsible. Slip and fall cases are notoriously difficult to pursue. To win a slip and fall case in Texas, you must prove three basic things:
- The party responsible for the premises knew or should have known about the dangerous condition
- The responsible party failed to fix the dangerous condition or provide warnings
- That the dangerous condition caused the injury
Unfortunately, the law in Texas tends to lean on the side of the business rather than the side of the injured party. Insurance companies know this, and they make it difficult for victims to get compensation at every turn.
You deserve a law firm with experience proving slip and fall claims, and a dedicated personal injury lawyer. Slip and fall cases don’t have to be a losing battle. We’ll stand up to corporations and their insurers on your behalf.
Slip and Falls for Seniors
Slip and fall accidents can be dangerous for anyone, but the population of seniors is at a particularly high risk of suffering serious fall-related injuries. The Texas Department of Health and Human Services reports the following:
- In one year, Texas hospitals admitted 36,337 seniors for fall-related injuries
- 1,495 seniors did not survive their fall-related injuries that year
- 16% of hospitalizations were for traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- About one-third of senior adults in Texas have fallen
- The risk of falling continues to increase steadily with age
In addition to TBIs, many seniors also fracture a hip when they slip and fall. This can be a serious injury with many complications and restrictions for older adults. Many fall victims with fractured hips require surgery, which can be inherently risky for older patients. The recovery process from a TBI or broken hip can also be difficult. Many people move to an assisted living facility during their rehabilitation, and some people are never able to make it back to their own homes. It is safe to say that a slip and fall accident can change a senior adult’s life, completely and permanently.
No matter what age, all slip and fall victims deserve full compensation if they’ve suffered from a hazard at a store or business. Too many older adults assume that insurance companies will challenge their claims due to their age and, unfortunately, they are probably right. This is because insurance companies will find ANY way possible to challenge ANY claim. With the right law firm on your side, you can fight for your rightful recovery.. If a negligent business changed your life for the worse, you deserve compensation, and your age should never matter!
Every situation is unique. Injuries and losses can differ from one case to another, but there’s one thing you can count on: Texas slip and fall accident lawyer Stewart Guss and his team understand how to calculate your claim and fight for maximum compensation for every single one of his clients. Our firm will stand up for your rights as a slip and fall victim.
Our experienced Houston slip and fall accident attorneys work with clients of all ages, from young children to seniors. We won’t let the insurance company take advantage of you, as we will be handling every step of your claim. Call today to learn more and discuss your options.
Common Causes of Slip and Falls
To seek compensation for your slip and fall injuries and losses, you must show that another party’s negligence caused your accident and injury. Negligence happens when a party breaches a duty of care, and that breach causes an injury. In slip and fall cases, negligence often involves:
- A property owner or business occupying a certain property that has a duty of care to keep the premises safe for visitors and customers
- A property owner or business that fails to keep the property in a safe condition, thereby breaching its duty of care
- A hazard on the property or in the business that leads to your slip and fall injuries
- The damages you incurred as a result of your accident and injuries, including your medical bills, lost income, and noneconomic losses such as pain and suffering
A property owner or business can breach the duty of care in many different ways, which can then cause a slip and fall. Most often, this involves allowing a hazard to exist on the premises that the owner or occupant should have discovered through routine inspection. Worse, they might have been aware of the hazard and neglected to fix it. Some conditions that lead to slips and falls include:
- Wet or slippery floors due to spills, mops, or other cleaning supplies
- Obstacles jutting out into walkways or in the middle of the floor
- Stray wires or cords not properly secured to the walls
- Carpet or flooring that is overly worn out and slippery
- Slick ramps or stairs
- Missing or broken stairs or handrails
- Failure to warn customers or visitors of known hazards that owners or occupants cannot immediately fix
In a slip and fall case, a property or business owner or manager must have known about the hazard or at least should have known about the hazard if they had properly inspected the premises. (If something had fallen 10 seconds before you fell and the owner had no time to remove the hazard or warn you about the hazard, you generally cannot hold the owner liable for the accident.)
Too often, owners try to claim they could not have known about the hazard when, in reality, they should have known about and fixed it. For example, imagine you were walking through Walmart and you suddenly slip on a piece of clothing that fell off the hanger onto the ground. Of course, the store manager claims that the clothing had just fallen, so there was no way the store could have known to clean it up. However, the video surveillance footage in the store shows the clothing fell 30 minutes prior to your slip and fall, and an employee should have inspected the area within those 30 minutes to eliminate the hazard.
Stewart Guss and his legal team know how to prove liability in even the most difficult cases. Often, this requires investigating what happened prior to the fall, store policies, and more. When our legal team knows a business is to blame for your injuries, we won’t give up.
If you’ve been seriously injured in a slip and fall accident, we’re available to answer your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call us right now at 866-959-0975, or CLICK HERE to submit your case for a free evaluation.
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Slip and Fall Injuries and Losses
Slips and falls are often assumed to be minor accidents—after all, almost everyone has taken a tumble at some point.
Many times slip and falls may seem more startling than harmful, and you might think your ego is the only thing that will end up bruised.
But don’t be so quick to dust yourself off and move on after an accident. Falls can cause serious damage to the human body. In fact, slip and fall accidents result in specific physical injuries that may differ from your typical personal injury case.
A person who slips can fall directly forward, backward, or to one side. No matter which way you fall, you don’t have much time to react, and trying to brace for impact can actually result in additional injuries—such as a broken hand or wrist—from the impact with the floor. Slip and fall victims can suffer a serious traumatic blow when they hit the floor or another nearby object.
You need an aggressive and experienced slip and fall legal team.
The offices of Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, can help you navigate the obstacles of your claim and stand up for your legal rights.
Our legal team understands the pain and suffering you’ve experienced due to your injuries, on top of your medical bills, lost income, and other financial losses.
We’re ready to prove the full value of your claim and get you the compensation you deserve.
We offer a FREE consultation for slip and fall claims, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Reach out by phone at 866-959-0975, or CLICK HERE to submit your case for a free evaluation.
Many slip and fall injuries require immediate medical attention and may need extensive and costly treatments. In fact, the National Safety Council (NSC) indicates that falls—including slips, trips, and falls—are the third-leading cause of accidental fatal injuries in the United States. Serious injuries that may result from slips and falls include:
Traumatic brain injuries
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can happen when your head is suddenly hit or jolted. Damage to the brain tissue can range from mild to severe, though any category of a TBI can have serious effects for a victim. Concussions are a form of a mild TBI and require medical treatment to prevent complications or lasting effects. More severe brain injuries can cause ongoing cognitive, physical, and behavioral impairments that can last for months or years and require extensive rehabilitation.
Fractured and broken bones:
Broken bones are fairly common injuries that may heal completely over time. However, certain types of fractures can cause substantially more serious problems. For example, compound or open fractures often require emergency surgery, follow-up surgeries, and physical therapy. Victims may not be able to regain normal use of those body parts. In addition, older adults who slip and fall are at a particularly high risk of breaking a hip, which is a dangerous injury for seniors and often requires surgery.
Soft tissue injuries:
Bones are not the only body parts that a fall can injure. Falls can seriously damage soft tissue. This includes muscles, ligaments, and tendons. During a fall, your body can twist or stretch in abnormal ways, resulting in serious soft tissue sprains, strains, or tears. These painful injuries often require periods of physical therapy and limit your ability to move. You may even be unable to work or drive. Just like whiplash, soft tissue injuries from a fall can take days to show up. This is why it’s important to get examined by a doctor after your accident.
Neck and back injuries:
A neck or back injury can cause serious pain and mobility issues. Neck and back injuries can also have unexpected effects, including headaches, sleep problems, numbness or tingling in your limbs, and more. In addition, these injuries can keep you from working, holding your kids, carrying or lifting items, or even from caring for yourself.
Spinal cord injuries:
The most serious type of neck or back injury is to the spinal cord. Some spinal cord injury victims are left permanently paralyzed. Spinal cord injuries can vary in severity, but doctors should immediately evaluate, stabilize, and monitor any damage to the spine. If you’ve injured your spine in a fall, you may need long periods of hospitalization and extensive rehabilitative therapies.
The above are just some of the many life-changing injuries that slip and fall victims can suffer. Other losses may include:
- Medical bills for treatments already received
- Estimated costs for future, ongoing, or lifelong treatments
- Lost wages if you’re out of work
- Lost future earnings power if the injury prevents you from returning to a previous job or go on disability
- Physical pain and suffering caused by the injury
- Emotional trauma from the injury or from the accident itself
- Permanent effects of an injury, including impairment, disfigurement, or disability
While they seem straightforward at first, slip and fall accidents can be significantly more complicated than you might ever imagine, and not every personal injury lawyer knows how to successfully handle this type of case.
What to Do After Your Slip and Fall Accident
If you trip and fall while visiting a business or a property, you can help protect your rights to compensation by taking the following steps:
- First, if you need emergency treatment, that should be your number one priority. Always address your injuries first and call an ambulance if necessary. Getting a timely diagnosis of all your injuries, as well as treatment recommendations, in official emergency medical records can help you prove your injuries at a later date.
- If you can stay at the scene for a few minutes before heading to the emergency room, take pictures of the hazard that caused your fall. Take pictures of the entire area, as you never know what may be relevant to proving the negligence of the business.
- Speak with management so they can file an incident report. This can also serve as evidence that the fall occurred if the store tries to dispute the incident.
- Finally, you should always call an experienced personal injury law firm as soon as possible after your fall. It is never too early to begin discussing your legal rights and options, and your law firm can get to work investigating your fall and identifying liable parties.
We know that your full attention might be on your injuries, medical treatment, and physical recovery, and it is all too easy to put off finding the right law firm.
The good news is that you don’t have to look any further! The law offices of Stewart J. Guss and his team of experienced lawyers and legal professionals aim to make slip and fall claims as easy as possible for you, so please call us right now at 866-959-0975, or CLICK HERE to send us a message about your case.
FAQs About Slip and Fall Accidents in Houston
What Are Some Examples of Slip and Fall Accidents?
Slip and fall accidents occur for many reasons, and the risks of slipping and falling are present everywhere you go. When a property owner or other party fails to keep their premises safe and a slip and fall occurs, you may qualify to pursue a legal claim.
Some example scenarios include:
- A shopper who slips on a spilled cleaning product in a grocery store
- A customer who falls on a cracked sidewalk outside the door to a business
- An older person falling down the stairs at a shopping center due to a broken or missing handrail
- A visitor to a hospital falling on an unsecured rug in the waiting area
The types and severity of injuries may vary. Still, they can all arise from the negligence of a property owner or other party responsible for keeping the premises in a safe condition.
Where Do Slip and Fall Accident Cases Occur?
Slip and fall accident cases can arise whenever someone suffers injuries after slipping and falling on another’s property. A slip and fall typically occurs due to a hazard on the property.
For example, some places where slip and fall injuries may occur include:
- Restaurants, bars, and hotels
- Grocery stores, retail stores, and shopping malls
- Government buildings
- Hospitals and nursing homes
- Medical and other professional services offices
Slip and fall accidents can happen inside when customers, patients, or visitors enter these places. However, they can also happen outside of these places, such as on sidewalks or in parking lots. Property owners have a legal duty to fix dangerous conditions anywhere on their premises or warn the public that they exist, precisely so slip and fall accidents do not occur.
Who Is Responsible for Slip and Fall Accidents?
Under Texas law, anyone who bears some responsibility for a slip and fall accident can be liable for the costs of victims’ resulting injuries.
As such, injury victims may have personal injury claims against the following persons or companies:
- Property owners
- Business owners or managers
- Property managers or landlords
- Other negligent guests or employees present on the property
- Manufacturers of defective products or equipment
Even if you are watching your step, you may not see a hazard in time to avoid slipping and falling. Moreover, taking reasonable precautions while walking does not excuse property owners from taking care of their premises and keeping all areas safe for others.
More than one person or company could also be responsible for your injuries in a slip and fall accident case. Therefore, determining what led to your injuries and identifying all potentially responsible parties is a critical part of the investigative process that our Houston slip and fall lawyers can perform for you.
What Legal Responsibility Do Property Owners Have to Keep You Safe?
The owner or manager of a business open to the public owes the highest duty of care to keep visitors safe.
Legally, this duty includes:
- Regularly inspecting the property for any hazards that might injure people
- Promptly remedying any hazards
- Warning people of the hazards if they cannot immediately fix them
For example, suppose that a property owner finds a large hole in the floor of their store and cannot fix it right away or needs to call a contractor to help repair it. Until they have repaired the hole, the owner should take steps to adequately warn the public of the hole, such as by encircling the area with orange hazard cones and caution tape or posting prominent warning signs.
What Are the Three Types of Visitors to a Property?
An injury victim’s status refers to why they were on the property when they suffered injuries, which directly affects the legal duty that the property owner owes them.
The extent of this legal duty ranges from guests invited onto the property to trespassers, who have no legal authority to be on the property, as follows:
- Invitees are people who property owners want to visit the property for their own benefit, such as guests, customers, and friends.
- Licensees are people present on the property with permission of the owner, but for their mutual benefit, such as construction or utility workers.
- Trespassers have no permission to be on the property, so the owners owe them the lowest duty of care. The only duty of the property owner is to refrain from causing any intentional or willful harm to trespassers.
What Happens if My Slip and Fall Accident Happens at Work?
If you suffer an injury at work, you typically must file a workers’ compensation claim to receive financial support. Many Texas businesses have this no-fault insurance to protect their employees when accidents occur on the premises.
Rather than filing a claim or lawsuit against the property owner or other liable party, you would file a claim with the workers’ compensation insurance company. Such a claim usually covers medical costs and a certain percentage of your weekly wages if you are out for an extended period.
What Evidence Is Necessary to Prove a Slip and Fall Accident Case?
You must provide evidence of several elements to prove liability in a slip and fall accident case. Some of these elements include the existence of the hazard, the liable party’s knowledge of the hazard, and their failure to address it. You must also prove that these factors created the condition for your slip and fall, causing you to suffer injuries and losses.
Essentially, you must show that you would not have slipped, fallen, and sustained injuries if the property owner had remedied or warned you of the dangerous condition.
Evidence that our attorneys often look for in these cases include:
- Surveillance camera footage: Video footage could show the circumstance leading up to, during, and after the slip and fall, potentially proving each of the elements outlined above.
- Witness testimony: A witness could corroborate your story or provide additional insight into the case. For example, they may have reported the hazard on a separate occasion, suggesting that the liable party was aware of the situation before your fall.
- The facility’s records: If someone had already reported the hazard, the owner may have a written record of it and any attempts to make repairs.
- The victim’s personal records: For instance, you can provide evidence of your injuries through medical records and bills, doctor statements, work records, and similar types of evidence.
Other forms of evidence could also be available, depending on the specifics of your accident.
What Kind of Legal Case Is a Slip and Fall Accident Claim?
A slip and fall accident claim is a type of premises liability case. This type of legal claim occurs when a person suffers an injury due to a dangerous condition on someone else’s property. Under premises liability laws, owners and others who have control over property that is open to the public have a legal duty to keep the premises safe for others.
Premises liability cases can also fall under personal injury or wrongful death. Which applies will determine who can file for damages and the types of damages that could be recoverable.
Why Should I File a Slip and Fall Accident Case?
Although a slip and fall might seem like a minor accident, that is not always the case. In fact, these incidents can lead to severe injuries that may result in permanent impairments. The more severe and permanent the injury, the more medical bills you will likely face. In addition, you may be unable to work temporarily or even permanently if you suffer a severe injury from a slip and fall.
Slip and fall accidents can even be fatal in some cases, especially for elderly individuals or those with underlying health conditions. When you or a loved one suffers injuries such as these in a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property, you may have a legal compensation claim.
You should not be solely responsible for the costs of an injury that was not your fault. When someone makes a mistake, they should have to pay for that mistake. Through an accident case, you could pursue compensation for the costs of your or your loved one’s injuries.
How Much Compensation Can I Get for My Slip and Fall Accident?
If you suffer injuries in a slip and fall accident on another party’s property, you may be able to recover compensation through an insurance claim or a personal injury lawsuit. While the types of compensation may be similar from one case to another, the amount can vary.
Every case is different, so there is no average or minimum amount of compensation that victims may get in a slip and fall accident case.
Some of the factors that influence how much compensation you qualify to receive include:
- The extent of your injuries
- The overall impact of the injuries on your personal and professional life
- The permanency of your injuries or any impairments
- How much work you must miss due to the injury or if you can return to work at all
Your potential recovery in a slip and fall accident directly reflects the circumstances surrounding your injuries and how they affect your life. For example, a broken wrist that completely heals most likely requires less medical treatment and a shorter recovery period than a traumatic brain injury that may result in a permanent impairment.
Although the insurance companies involved will try to deny or minimize your claim, you can pursue all forms of compensation related to the losses you have sustained in your accident. Our slip and fall attorneys can help document those injuries and other related losses to build your case and strengthen your claim for damages.
How Long Does a Slip and Fall Claim Take to Settle?
The amount of time it takes to settle a case depends on multiple factors, including:
- The strength of your evidence against the liable party
- The size of your claim
- The liable party’s willingness to negotiate a settlement
- The complexity of the case
Ideally, it could take no more than a few weeks to negotiate a settlement that addresses all of your damages. However, not all slip and fall cases are easy to prove.
The liable party may try to pin the blame on you, requiring additional time and resources to prove your fight to financial recovery. However, our attorneys can handle these accusations of fault for you and take steps to keep negotiations moving forward, such as filing a lawsuit.
How Long Do I Have to File My Slip and Fall Lawsuit?
Under Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code § 16.003, you typically have two years from the date that your accident occurred to file a lawsuit. If you miss this strict filing deadline, you lose your chance to get any compensation for your injuries. You also will be unable to hold negligent property owners responsible for their conduct in failing to maintain or repair areas of their premises.
However, some exceptions to this general rule or statute of limitations do exist. As a result, you may have more or less time to file your case in court. You can avoid missing this deadline by getting legal advice as quickly as possible after your accident occurs.
How Often Do Slip and Fall Cases Go to Trial?
Most personal injury cases don’t go all the way to trial, even if our firm must file a lawsuit to turn up the heat during negotiations. Trials are often costly and time-consuming for the liable party. As such, the simple act of filing a lawsuit could encourage them to increase their settlement offer.
Still, our attorneys are prepared to go to court in any case if it becomes necessary. As your legal advocates, we will do what is best for you and your financial recovery.
Call for Help With Your Slip and Fall Insurance Claim
Most people don’t realize they can file an insurance claim after a slip and fall accident. Just like other drivers should have auto insurance to cover crashes, stores and businesses should have adequate insurance policies to cover accidents that happen on the premises. While these policies may be substantial, these insurance companies are notorious for making life difficult for claimants and denying them the payment they fully deserve.
Even though insurance companies promise to be there when someone files a claim, these insurers are FIRST and FOREMOST companies. This means their TOP priority is always to maximize profits. The fewer claims they pay out, the higher their profits! This means they approach the claims process ready to limit payments whenever they can.
Insurers for large companies and store chains are skilled at taking advantage of injured claimants. Walmart even has its own insurance company called Claims Management, Inc., which is solely dedicated to handling claims against the store and limiting liability for the corporation. This giant billion-dollar corporation is willing to go to great lengths creating its own company JUST to avoid paying customers injured in its stores. It’s an understatement to say that many businesses and corporate insurance companies and ruthless when it comes to covering up mistakes and preventing liability for accidents like slips and falls.
The following are only some of the many ways a company’s insurer may try to limit your payment:
Challenging liability for the accident: Liability is often hotly contested in many slip and fall accidents. Many people may lose their balance and fall on their own, and insurance companies will certainly claim this is what happened. They will deny a hazard existed or that the hazard caused your fall. They will try to put the blame on you, which eliminates the responsibility to pay a claim.
Our team of lawyers and legal professionals regularly work to present clear evidence of negligence in slip and fall cases, which can require a thorough investigation and consulting with experts. We know how to prove that the store should be responsible for your losses, which can be a legally-complicated task. This is only one reason why you should call an injury lawyer when you slip and fall!
Doubting your injuries: Even if a business admits liability for a fall, the insurance company can still challenge the amount of damages you’re claiming. For example, if you claim medical bills for various treatments, the insurer may question whether all of those treatments were necessary for your type of injuries. They may claim that your injuries weren’t serious enough to cause pain and suffering or to justify your days or weeks of missed work. In some cases, the insurance adjuster may doubt whether the fall even caused your stated injuries or whether you had pre-existing conditions.
When you’re dealing with serious and painful injuries, as well as restrictions at work and home due to your injuries, it can be devastating when an insurance company claims your condition is not as serious as you say. Having them doubt you in an already difficult time can be heartbreaking. Remember that hope is never lost in this situation, as we know how to handle slip and fall insurance claims! We use your medical records, the testimony of your doctors and other medical experts, and any other necessary resource to prove the severity of your injuries and the extent of your losses.
Don’t settle for any less than you deserve. Insurance adjusters and companies will notice when a claimant does not have legal representation, and will tell you that you don’t need to call a lawyer.
This is not true.
A legal team can help you get what you rightfully deserve from a trip and fall claim.
Know your worth. We do.
To save money, the insurance companies use two very different strategies: promising to give a low settlement quickly, or delaying the processing of your claim until you give up.
It’s safe to say that you should never accept a slip and fall insurance settlement without first discussing the matter with an experienced lawyer. Only an experienced slip and fall injury lawyer can examine all of your losses and calculate the full value of your claim. Many people grossly underestimate their losses when they file their own claims, but our team knows how to account for ALL your past and future damages so you aren’t left having to pay for anything out of pocket.
We also know how to handle insurance adjusters and how to combat their tricks and tactics. Often, simply having our firm on your side will show the insurance company that you mean business and that you won’t back down. They know they can’t play their usual games with us, so it can often result in a fair settlement offer in a shorter period of time. Even if they fail to make the right offer up front, we can identify that the offer is insufficient and insist on more. We have our own negotiating tactics when dealing with difficult insurance companies.
In some cases, an insurer will refuse to cooperate and make a fair offer. Some lawyers may push you to accept the final offer, even if it’s inadequate, so they can resolve the case. However, our legal team is never afraid to escalate the matter and file a personal injury claim in court. Sometimes, the filing of a lawsuit will convince the insurance company to come around. We know how to handle the litigation process so we can best fight for the full compensation for each of our clients!
Contact a Houston Slip and Fall Injury for More Information Today
Did you sustain a slip and fall injury in Houston, Katy, Spring, The Woodlands, Cypress, Tomball, or anywhere in Texas? The Houston slip and fall legal team at Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, has the knowledge, skill, and experience to seek recoveries even in the most difficult cases.
In fact, the legal team of Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, is nationally-recognized for protecting the rights of injured victims for more than 20 years. If you were injured in a slip and fall accident, reach out to schedule a free consultation! Do not sign anything until you speak with us – you could risk losing some or all of the compensation that is due to you.
We take all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, so you pay nothing upfront. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call today at 866-959-0975 or contact us now by CLICKING HERE.