• Slip and Fall Accident Attorney in Kansas City

    Slip-and-fall cases often involve significant injuries. Some may believe that simply falling down is a trivial incident, but these types of injuries can leave victims with serious medical issues, including broken bones, damaged spinal columns, head injuries and in the most severe cases, traumatic brain injuries or death.

    Were They Negligent?

    An important issue that can affect your ability to recover damages is whether the property owner was negligent. To recover damages, you need to show both that they allowed negligent conditions to exist on their property, like a loose stair rail, liquid on a floor, ice on a walkway, or potholes or crumbling concrete in a parking lot or sidewalk. Second, they must know of the condition or it must have existed long enough that a “reasonable” person would have cleaned it up or repaired the problem.

    Because the property conditions can change quickly, it is important to contact an expert slip and fall lawyer as soon as possible after your accident. Our personal injury attorneys work to gather evidence and witnesses who will support your claims and are experienced with handling these claims in Kansas and Missouri.

    Our Kansas City Slip and Fall Lawyers Can Help With Your Injury Case

    Our Kansas City slip and fall lawyers have the experience you want when bringing these cases which can include:

    • Amusement park accidents
    • Carpet or floor accidents
    • Elevator accidents
    • Escalator accidents
    • Fire injuries
    • Lead poisoning
    • Negligent security
    • Parking lot falls
    • Premises injuries to children
    • Sidewalk falls
    • Slip and fall
    • Unsafe building injuries

    If you’ve sustained an injury due to a negligent property owner, our slip and fall accident attorneys in Kansas City are ready to fight for the compensation you deserve. Contact us now.

    • We have years of experience handling complex personal injury cases, and look forward to helping you with yours.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    With a contingent-fee agreement, your attorney does not charge a direct, hourly rate or require a set retainer fee. Instead, the attorney receives a percentage of the settlement or verdict as payment. This arrangement allows many injured persons to bring lawsuits that they would otherwise be unable to afford.

    Our main office is located at 201 W 47th Street in Kansas City, Missouri. We're on the 2nd floor of the building on the Southeast corner of 47th and Wyandotte on the Country Club Plaza. Both street and garage parking are available.

    It’s a good question. However, there is no one-size-fits-all answer to the question when to file a personal injury lawsuit. To put it one way, anytime you have suffered injuries due to someone else’s negligence and you are at risk of not receiving adequate compensation, it is likely you will need to sue in order to be properly compensated.
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