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New Albany Slip and Fall Attorney

New Albany Slip and Fall Attorney

Slip and fall injuries can be debilitating. Many can arise from people falling down on greasy or wet floors as well as unexpected obstructions left in aisle ways of stores or potholes in parking lots. Property owners have a duty to the public to ensure the safety of their invitees.

If you have been injured due to a dangerous condition on someone else's property, the business owner or property owner may be liable for damages.

Many slip and fall accidents occur when the property owner fails to correct a common defect such as:

  • Slippery or greasy floors
  • Icy or uneven sidewalks and flooring
  • Poor lighting
  • Defective stairs and railings
  • Merchandise improperly stacked
  • Poorly maintained carpet and mats
  • Safety violations

These types of defects can lead to a wide variety of injuries, but not limited to:

  • Fractured wrist, arms and ankles
  • Fractured hip or pelvis
  • Dislocated shoulder or rotator cuff tear
  • Fractured vertebrae or spinal cord injury
  • Severe sprains of ankle, wrist or knee
  • Facial lacerations or severe bruising
  • Concussions and traumatic brain injuries

A New Albany Slip And Fall Attorney Can Help

If you are injured on someone else's property in Southern Indiana due to a slip and fall accident, you may be entitled to compensation. Find out if you have a case by calling 812-590-2213 today for a free consultation.

Driving Directions To Our Office

From I-65 North across the Lincoln Bridge to Exit 0, go left at foot of exit ramp, through the stop light and drive directly into Water Tower Square.

Follow I-65 South toward Louisville. Take Exit 1 to merge onto US-31 S toward Stansifer Ave./10th St. Continue on US-31 S. Use the middle lane to take the ramp to 10th St./Court Ave. Turn right on Court Ave. into Water Tower Square.

From US 31 North across the Second Street Bridge to Court Avenue. At the bottom of the ramp turn left into Water Tower Square.