What is a Slip & Fall Injury?

The name may speak for itself. “Slip and fall” or “trip and fall” injuries occur when you slip, trip, or fall as the result of hazardous conditions on another person’s property. These accidents can cause severe injury, and at Taylor King Law, we take that seriously!

If your fall was caused by dangerous property conditions, the landowner or business owner may be responsible. The slip and fall personal injury attorneys at Taylor King Law in Jackson, Mississippi are committed to ensuring you receive the compensation you deserve.

Slip & Fall Injuries in Mississippi

Slip and falls are often caused by water, a spilled substance, ice or snow on the ground, as well as abrupt changes in flooring (such a sharp step down), poor lighting, or hidden hazards.

It’s estimated that 8 million Americans were injured in falls last year. If you believe that the condition of the property is to blame for the fall, it’s important that you contact an attorney in Mississippi who you can trust.

Slip and falls can be serious. An estimated 17,000 people die each year due to injuries resulting from a slip and fall accident. They are also the most common cause of traumatic brain injuries.

Contact Taylor King Law

At Taylor King Law, our personal injury lawyers have seen it all. With 25 years’ experience, our law firm knows how to handle your slip and fall claim.

Accident Injury Lawyer in Arkansas & Mississippi

Our attorneys are committed to being on your side – by your side throughout the entire process; from filing claims and obtaining video, accident reports and witness statements, to obtaining compensation for medical bills and pain and suffering.

If you, or someone you love, were the victim of a slip and fall injury due to someone else’s negligence, come by our office located in downtown Jackson today or call us toll-free at 1-800-227-9732. An initial consultation is free. You can also reach us online by contacting us HERE.

Personal Injury Lawyer in Jackson
401 East Capitol St., Suite 216, Jackson, MS 39201