Middle Tennessee Slip & Fall Accident Attorney

Hugh Green, Staff and Client Lebanon TennesseeFrom early on in our lives, we all know what it’s like to slip and fall. Falling is never fun. It can be embarrassing and even downright painful. And sometimes, it can even cause serious injuries. In fact, millions of people are injured every year from slipping and falling.

Sometimes, accidents just happen. We’ve all been there… you trip on your own shoelace or bump into someone that causes you to fall. But there are other times those falls could be prevented.

Tennessee law requires that property owners and business tenants provide safe conditions for their vendors and customers. If they don’t take proper measures to ensure the safety of people on their property, they could be held liable for slip and fall accidents that occur as a result of their negligence.

For instance, property owners and their business tenants could be held responsible for a slip and fall injury that occurs as a result of wet floors, uneven surfaces, lack of signage, poor lighting or failure to properly maintain the property.

Why You Need a Skilled Slip and Fall Lawyer

Although property owners can be held responsible for slip and fall injuries, it can be difficult to prove fault in these cases. You must be able to show that the property owner was negligent in the maintenance of the property.

That’s why it’s incredibly important to work with a personal injury attorney who has vast experience with slip and fall cases.

Hugh Green has more than 40 years of experience in handling personal injury cases like this. That means he knows the right questions to ask and how to determine whether or not you have a case.

If your slip and fall injury was a result of someone’s negligence, Hugh will fight diligently for you to get the compensation you deserve. We’ve helped hundreds of injured people just like you. We’d love the opportunity to help you too.

It’s time to get on the road to recovery from your slip and fall accident. We’d like to help you get there. 

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