Slip and Fall in Boston?
Our Attorneys Can Help You Get Your Life Back On Track
Sidewalks and parking lots in Boston can be dangerous places for pedestrians. You can easily slip and fall on snow, ice or even a pothole. You can also just as easily hurt your back or head slipping on a wet floor in a restaurant or shopping mall in Beacon Hill or Copley Place.
Wherever your accident took place, no matter how minor or serious it might seem, contact our law firm as soon as possible. A Boston slip and fall accident lawyer at our firm can handle all the legal issues associated with your injury so that you can focus on getting better.
In most cases, injury victims can take legal action against the property owner in a slip and fall case. But such cases can be extremely complicated. Property owners may deny any wrongdoing. And many insurance companies are reluctant to pay injury victims. That's why it's critical that you have the Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone on your side, protecting your rights.
2 Oliver Street, #608
Boston, MA 02109
Phone: (857) 444-6468
"What should I do after a slip and fall accident in Boston?"
If you or a loved one sustained a serious injury in a slip and fall accident in Boston, we strongly urge you to take the following steps:
- Seek immediate medical attention. Even if you feel fine, you could have a life-threatening internal injury or traumatic brain injury. Having a medical record of your injury can also erase any doubts about the severity of your accident.
- Have someone take photographs immediately of the accident scene. If you wait too long, the property owner might fix what caused your injury, then deny there was ever anything wrong.
- Talk to witnesses. If someone saw your accident, their testimony could be critical to you winning your case. Get the person's full name, phone number and address.
Then, contact our law firm. We can handle every legal issue associated with your case, from filling out forms, and negotiating with insurance companies to filing a lawsuit on your behalf. Your injury matters here.