Slip & Fall Accidents

Fighting for People Injured in Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents

Unsafe stairs, an elevator that doesn't open evenly with the floor, debris left in an aisle — all these conditions can cause a slip and fall or trip and fall accident. These accidents can cause serious injuries.

Property owners have a duty to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe condition. Yet owners do not always take the appropriate steps to be sure their property is safe and often do not want to accept responsibility and treat fairly people who have been injured on their property. The Keches Law Group, P.C., is one of the largest personal injury firms in Massachusetts. We will work hard to make sure that you are treated fairly. We have a no-fee policy, which means that you only pay attorneys' fees if we get results in your case.

Straight Talk About Slip and Fall Accidents
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Was your slip and fall accident caused by an unsafe condition due to someone else's negligence? Tell the personal injury lawyers at the Keches Law Group, P.C. about your accident. Bring in as much documentation as you can — photos of the accident site, medical records describing your injuries, names of witnesses. The more you can tell us, the better. Often slip and fall accident sites are cleaned up quickly. Photos taken immediately after the accident can be very important to proving your case. Cameras in cell phones can often serve to gather evidence immediately after a slip and fall or trip and fall accident.

Slip and fall accidents can happen almost anywhere

A leaky refrigeration unit in a grocery store or a grease spill in a restaurant can create a slippery surface. Uneven flooring or loose carpet can cause a trip and fall. Debris or unexpected holes, especially in a poorly lighted area, can cause a slip and fall. Unnatural and uncleaned accumulations of ice and snow can be especially dangerous.

  • Did the owner of the property know or should the owners have known about the danger and fail to fix the problem?
  • Did you report the accident to the property owner or manager as soon as possible?

Write down everything you remember about the accident. That will help you remember details that you may forget later. Contact us for a free consultation. Our personal injury attorneys will give you straight answers about whether you have a case and what steps you should take. The Keches Law Group, P.C. represents clients in the greater Boston area and throughout Massachusetts.