Understand Your Rights After Suffering Personal Injury

Shopping or just walking down the street can be hazardous to your health. A wet walkway, an uneven sidewalk or a substance on the floor can cause you to slip and fall. You can hurt your back or your hip and be out of work for months or even years. If you’ve been hurt in a slip and fall, due to a product liability issue, or due to poorly maintained premises or workplace, Help in Colorado will take the time to understand the circumstances of your injury and its impact on your life. From there we will address the negligent parties aggressively in order to protect your rights and receive the recovery you may deserve.

Types of Slips and Falls

Defective Handrail

Snow/Ice Fall

Falling Objects

Malfunctioning Doors

Wheelchair Ramp Hazards

Escalator and Elevator Accidents

Unsafe Store Displays

Walk Off Mat Hazards

Slip or trip and falls are also known as Premises Liability cases

In Colorado, if you are injured on someone’s property through some type of hazard, the Colorado Premises Liability law applies. Property owners are responsible for keeping sidewalks, driveways and all other walkways safe for visitors. If they do not do their due diligence, they can be held responsible for injuries suffered in slip-and-falls. In order to win your case, you have to show that you were legally on the property and that there was a dangerous condition on the property that the landowner knew or should have known about. These cases are complex and need to be addressed immediately. Property owners may work quickly to cover up or correct anything that may prove that they are responsible for your accident.

These accidents are no joke. A back injury can be a lifetime problem. Multiple fractures can keep you out of work for a long time. Hip injuries can land you in the hospital. There are numerous issues that can arise, all because of someone else’s negligence.