Oklahoma City Slip & Fall Attorneys
Oklahoma Slip & Fall Statute of Limitations
Slip and fall accidents are the most common type of premises liability claim. Cases of this kind involve instances where a person has slipped, tripped or fallen on another's property due to a hazardous situation of some kind on the property grounds. If the hazardous condition that caused your slip and fall accident can be attributed to property owner negligence, you may have grounds for a personal injury lawsuit against the owner of the property.
Statute of limitations for filing a slip & fall claim according to Oklahoma Statute section 12-95 is 2 years following the the date of injury.
Common causes of slip & fall accidents include:
- Wet Floors
- Uneven Walkways
- Defective Stairs
A slip and fall accident may cause a victim to suffer serious injuries. Though many slip and fall or trip and fall accidents result in only minor injury and embarrassment, there are situations where a serious fall may cause a victim to suffer from broken bones, head trauma or back injury. In these matters, it is essential that you work with an attorney who can help you take legal action.
Enlist an Oklahoma City Slip & Fall Lawyer
An Oklahoma personal injury lawyer at the Law Offices of Stipe & Belote can help if you were injured in a slip and fall accident. We can talk to you about what occurred and can conduct an initial assessment of the matter to determine the potential for a successful case.
With our extensive legal experience and dedication to client service, we will fight to seek the highest financial compensation on your behalf. You may be dealing with expensive medical bills and financial troubles caused by these bills and lost wages from missed work. Your attorney will work to recover compensation that will cover these and all other expenses related to your slip and fall accident.
You may be facing a great deal of medical bills and a changed life. A lawyer can help you start the process of rebuilding and moving on. Call (888) 842-1374 to get started.