If you slip and fall on someone else’s property, it could result in serious injury. When you are hurt, Ridder Law is there for you. We provide slip-and-fall accident legal services in Colorado. First seek medical care and then reach out to our team for a case consultation.

Why Do Slip and Fall Accidents Happen?

When property owners fail to maintain their properties people can get hurt. If you are local to Colorado, you know that we get lots of snow. Property owners and business owners are expected to remove water, snow, and ice from their property to reduce the chances of someone falling and getting hurt. At the very least, they should put up a sign if there is a slip and fall risk. Improper property maintenance, or a lack of proper warning, can contribute to a slip and fall accident.

What Should You Do Following a Slip and Fall Accident in Colorado?

If you have suffered a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property, including a businesses or apartments or homes, there are several steps you should follow. They include:

  • Always seek medical attention as quickly as possible. Get a copy of your medical records, as you might need them to support your injury claim.
  • You should call the police and file a police report.
  • You should try to collect more information from the property where it happened. 
  • Take pictures of the area where you fell.
  • Call Ridder Law for the case review.

What Compensation Might You Be Entitled To?

Medical expenses, loss of income and pain and suffering are some of the damages you are entitled to following a slip and fall. It would be our pleasure to talk with you about the details of your claim.

Trust Ridder Law To Help You With Your Slip and Fall Accident Case

Even though you might feel fine following a slip and fall accident, it is always critical to talk to a doctor. You may have a lot of adrenaline going through your body, which can mask a lot of serious injuries. The sooner you reach out to a doctor, the better your prognosis should be. Then call our team for a case review. At Ridder Law, your needs always come first, so give us a call today to schedule a case consultation.