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Massachusetts Slip and Fall Accident Can Cause Severe Injuries
Anyone who has experienced an unexpected fall likely knows of the potential injuries that could result. Often, people are who are injured in a slip and fall accident as a result of a property owner’s negligence require extensive medical treatment. Fortunately, the Burlington premises liability attorneys at DiBella Law Offices, P.C. can help victims in Massachusetts ensure that those responsible for such an accident are held accountable.
While some people have seen reports of slip and fall cases in the media, these cases happen a great deal more often than is typically reported. Property owners and other responsible parties are required by law to maintain a property in order to prevent people from suffering a fall. If safety precautions have been ignored, serious injuries could result.
If you have been injured as a result of negligence, our attorneys can discuss your legal options with you. We have extensive experience fighting to ensure that people suffering in a slip and fall accident receive the compensation to which they are entitled. This includes holding property managers responsible if they fail to meet fire and building codes as required by law. Our legal experience can help ensure that victims of such accidents are treated fairly.
Property owners and managers in Massachusetts have a duty to the people who are on their premises. This duty includes ensuring that property conditions are safe. Rugs and mats that are inadequately secured or uneven sidewalks and flooring could easily cause a slip and fall accidentthat may have severe consequences. If you or a loved one have been injured in such a manner, our attorneys are ready and willing to fight for you to pursue all appropriate avenues for financial relief.
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The first step in getting the compensation you deserve is contacting the experienced legal team at DiBella Law Offices, P.C. Don’t delay, the statute of limitations in Massachusetts is just three years.