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Fighting For Slip & Fall Accident Victims in Wyoming

Slip and fall accidents are some of the most common types of personal injury accidents in the United States. They occur every day in public places, such as grocery stores, restaurants, and offices, where someone has accidentally slipped and fallen due to a dangerous condition on the property.

Slip and fall accidents can cause serious injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, broken bones, spinal cord damage, and more. In many cases, slip and fall accidents result in significant medical bills and lost wages, as well as pain and suffering. Slip and fall accidents are preventable, and property owners have a responsibility to keep their premises reasonably safe for visitors. If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident, you should not hesitate to contact our firm for help.

Our Sweetwater County slip and fall accident attorneys at The Law Offices of Hampton & Newman, L.C. can help you recover compensation for your damages. We will fight to protect your rights and provide the legal support you need. Our team is prepared to go the distance for our clients, providing the personal attention you deserve.

Call us today at (307) 226-2266 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.

What Is the Statute of Limitations for Slip and Fall Accidents in Wyoming?

In Wyoming, the statute of limitations for slip and fall accidents is four years. This means that you have four years from the date of your injury to file a personal injury lawsuit against the party responsible for causing your injuries. If you fail to file your lawsuit within four years, you will lose your right to do so.

Determining Liability in Slip & Fall Accidents

A slip and fall accident can occur in a wide variety of locations, including grocery stores, restaurants, office buildings, hotels, and other public places. Regardless of where the accident occurs, the property owner is almost always liable for the injuries and damages caused by the slip and fall.

In most cases, property owners are responsible for keeping their premises reasonably safe for visitors and guests. If a dangerous condition is present on the property, but no one is aware of it, the property owner can still be liable for the injuries caused by the condition. The property owner is also liable if they intentionally put a dangerous condition on the premises, knowing that it could cause someone to slip and fall.

Common Slip & Fall Accident Injuries

A slip and fall accident can result in a wide range of injuries, depending on the circumstances of the accident and the location where it occurred. In many cases, slip and fall accidents cause minor injuries, such as bruises and cuts. However, a slip and fall accident can also cause more serious injuries, such as traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord damage, broken bones, and more. Slip and fall accidents can result in catastrophic injuries, including paralysis and death.

Some of the most common injuries caused by slip and fall accidents include:

  • Broken bones
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord damage
  • Internal injuries
  • Broken teeth
  • Cuts, scrapes, and bruises

Depending on the circumstances of the accident, you may be able to recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages.

Learn more about how our Sweetwater County slip and fall lawyers can help you by contacting us online or calling (307) 226-2266 today!

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