We Help You Get Justly Compensated for Your Trip & Fall Injury
We hold the occupiers of the premises liable to pay damages for your trip & fall and similar injuries.
You suffer a trip and fall injury when you lose balance as your leg, foot or toe typically hits, stumbles or gets stuck in:
--unexpected raised surface or object like uneven slabs
--unexpected crack or a pothole or holes of various kinds
Poor lighting or maintenance may also be a contributory factor for trip and fall injury.
You trip and fall, typically thrusting forward with your face down. You can also trip and fall backward facing up. You can injure your hip, back, wrist, shoulder, elbow, neck, wrist, skull, spinal chord, nervous system etc. resulting in whiplash, broken bones or joints, brain injury, soared ankle, ligament tear, backpain, temporary to permanent disability, mild to severe depression, chronic headache or other pain etc. Such injuries may be life altering, and some may even result in death.
Premises where such trip & fall injury may happen can be a supermarket, residential / commercial complex, non-moving vehicles, nursing home/hospital, restaurant, stair, condo property, swimming pools, driveways, private homes, playground, parking lot, farm land, transit station, park, sidewalk, garage, backyard, various resorts, school, elevator and many other places. Premises like a road or public walkway may belong to the municipality giving rise to municipal liability for injury.
Our Mississauga based trip and fall premises liability injury lawyer represents trip and fall injury victims spanning from Mississauga, Toronto, Etobicoke, Brampton, Oakville, Milton, Burlington to all the regions of Southern Ontario.
Highly recommend, nice person he did a very good job to the result of my personal injury case.
- Erlinda Palma
Great experience and very impressed with stuff and professionalism. ----Rachid Houf
Highly recommended! Very responsive, understanding and helpful during my difficult times both emotionally and financially. Most of all the result was positive.
--- Imelda Bernabe