Slip & Fall Accidents

Effective Representation for Connecticut Residents With Slip and Fall Injuries

If you suffer from a slip and fall or trip and fall injury caused by another's negligence, it is vital you contact an attorney as soon as possible to file a premises liability claim. At Grady & Riley, LLP, we have more than 45 years of experience representing clients in slip and fall and other personal injury accidents. We will help ensure your rights are protected and that you receive full and fair compensation.

Our Waterbury and Woodbury slip and fall accident lawyers begin working on personal injury cases immediately. As soon as you hire our firm, we start gathering evidence, including eyewitness testimony, medical reports, pictures showing the cause of the accident, and anything else that will help strengthen your case.

With experienced lawyers on staff who have a thorough understanding of personal injuries and the applicable laws surrounding slip and fall accidents, you can be sure we will handle your case effectively. Contact Grady & Riley, LLP, to discuss your legal matter in a free consultation. You pay no attorney fees unless we win money damages for you.

Slip and Fall Injury Causes

Slip and fall and Trip and fall accidents can occur anywhere there are staircases, bad weather conditions, poor lighting, or old building structures. Many accidents occur in older buildings or in places where routine maintenance has been neglected. At Grady & Riley, LLP, we have handled slip and fall injuries caused by:

  • Cracks in sidewalk
  • Wet floors
  • Broken steps
  • Snow and ice
  • Unmarked curbs
  • Broken tiles
  • Uneven flooring
  • Faulty construction

Effective in Negotiations and in the Courtroom

At Grady & Riley, LLP, we are skilled negotiators. Many of our personal injury cases are settled outside of court. However, we are also aggressive litigators and we will fight for your legal rights in court if necessary. Contact our office to speak with an attorney about your case. We will explain your legal options and choose the best course of action for you.

If you think that you may have a case, call us at 203.575.1131 or fill out the form below:

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