Holding Property Owners Responsible For Slips, Trips And Falls Due To Negligence

When you step onto someone else's property, whether you're entering a grocery store or taking the stairs to a friend's apartment, you expect your path to be clear of hazards. But if the property owner hasn't taken the care necessary to keep the property safe — or, worse, has created unsafe conditions — you may slip, trip or fall. If this happens to you, our attorneys at Hedge Copeland, PC, can help determine whether you may be able to file a premises liability lawsuit.

Some slip-and-fall accidents, of course, are outside of anyone's control. But if nobody cleaned up that spill in the grocery store or if the landlord never replaced the missing step, someone may be held responsible for injuries that happened because a dangerous situation was not corrected. Premises liability cases can result from a variety of situations and can include nursing home injuries and construction site accidents, as well as accidents on commercial and residential property.

Dedicated To Advocating For Injured Clients

At Hedge Copeland, PC, our experienced trial attorneys have spent decades fighting for people who have been injured because of another person's negligence. Our focus on personal injury and wrongful death cases ensures that each case is handled by a lawyer with deep knowledge in this area of law.

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We offer free, confidential consultations to all prospective clients, so we can understand your situation and you can learn how we can help. Call us today at 251-298-8154 or contact us via email. Located in Mobile, we represent Alabama clients throughout the surrounding area.