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Slip and Fall Accident Lawyer

If you have been injured due to a fall on an icy sidewalk, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Our experienced personal injury attorneys at Goodall & Yurchak are experienced and can handle your claim. We will manage your case from beginning to end, being prepared to go to trial, if needed, to obtain the compensation you deserve for your injuries. Contact our personal injury law firm today.

What is a Slip and Fall Injury?

When property owners neglect to maintain their property, and allow dangerous conditions to exist, they can be held liable for injuries that occur on the property. For example, the fall on an icy sidewalk usually occurs because the owner has neglected to remove snow and ice. Similar incidents, such as a fall in a supermarket because the manager did not have a spill cleaned up, may also result in liability for injuries. Our skilled personal injury attorneys will discuss the circumstances of your slip and fall injury and determine whether you should file a claim.

Responsibility of Property Owners

Property owners must legally provide a safe environment. If they failed to do this, our slip and fall accident lawyers at Goodall & Yurchak can demonstrate that your fall could have been prevented. Once this is accomplished, we will work to ensure you receive compensation for your injuries.

Contact an experienced and knowledgeable premises liability attorney today for a free consultation about your slip and fall injury.

State College personal injury attorneys providing skilled personal injury representation in the State College, Pennsylvania area, including University Park, Altoona, Clearfield, Lock Haven, Williamsport, Huntingdon, and Lewistown including Centre County, Blair County, Clearfield County, Lycoming County, Huntingdon County, Clinton County, Mifflin County, Union County and surrounding areas.

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