As the capital of Arizona, one can only imagine just how busy and vibrant the city of Phoenix is. In being the fifth most populous city in the U.S., Phoenix is also recognized as the largest city in the Southwestern region. Phoenix has approximately 1,552,259 residents and is the main section of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area, which has about 4,179,427 residents in total. Widely known as a chief financial, industrial, economic, and cultural center of the Southwestern U.S., Phoenix experiences its share of injuries and wrongful deaths caused by accidents on a wide range of properties and in slip and fall accidents.
Several individuals do not understand the severity of slip and fall or trip and fall accidents in Phoenix. A person’s age, how they fall, what they land on, and many other circumstances can cause a person injured on another’s premises to endure bruising, lacerations, broken bones, torn ligaments, sprains, spinal cord injury, and even brain injury. Slip and fall injuries due to improper signage, inadequate warnings, or overall poorly maintained premises can lead to pain and suffering, loss of earnings, hefty medical bills, and other damages.
When a property owner or business disregards certain safety measures to provide a hazard-free environment and an individual suffers injury as a result, the owner of that property may be held liable for costs and damages associated with the accident. If you or someone close to you has been injured in Phoenix due to an unsafe premise, an experienced Phoenix slip and fall accident lawyer may be able to help you get the compensation that you need to get your life back in order.
The Husband and Wife Law Team at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. have devoted many years to helping premises liability and slip and fall accident victims in obtaining full and just compensation. Mark and Alexis Breyer have the legal knowledge and resources to take on any premises liability or slip and fall accident case. Contact Breyer Law today for a free, no-obligation consultation of your potential injury claim by calling 480-753-4534 or visit www.breyerlaw.com for more helpful information.