Slip and fall injuries can happen at anytime and any place and can be responsible for varying degrees of brain injuries.

Slip and fall incidents, also known as slip, trip and fall accidents, can lead to non-catastrophic but serious injuries ranging from twisted ankles, knees and wrists, to torn ligaments, broken bones, and hip fractures. However, some of these incidents, which can result from conditions such as poor lighting, violations of building codes or regulations, and surface defects, can also cause traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and even death.

When a slip and fall injury occurs, an experienced lawyer will investigate, in part, by arranging for an inspection of the site, documenting conditions with photographs or video, securing evidence, obtaining witness statements, and determining whether there is a history of prior complaints or incidents

A 2013 study by the Center for Disease Control has also shown that at least one in 3 adults experience injury from such a fall.

Slip and fall injury lawyers

If you or a loved one has been the victim of a slip and fall injury, and would like to speak with an experienced attorney, please contact us. Our lawyers are here to answer your questions and discuss how to protect your legal rights. Call our Boston, Massachusetts office at (617) 742-1900, or toll-free at 1-800-545-3732.

Joseph Swartz Bio

Slip and Fall Injury Services

Joseph A Swartz is an accomplished trial attorney with over 35 years of experience litigating cases in New England and around the country focusing in the areas of personal injury, including but not limited to wrongful death, products liability, medical malpractice, brain injury, dram shop (liquor) liability, automobile liability and premises liability.

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