Personalized Representation For The Injured Throughout Maryland
A slip-and-fall accident occurs when an individual is injured on another’s property due to the negligence of the property’s owner. These cases can be complicated because they depend upon defining relatively subjective terms to prove the negligence of the guilty party. Having a lawyer on your side can be a crucial component in handling your case.
At Maronick Law LLC, we bring over 80 years of combined personal injury experience to your case. Because we have handled different areas of law in addition to personal injury, we can provide new perspectives and knowhow to generate creative strategies to the complex issues you might be facing.
For personalized and innovative legal representation, contact us at 410-885-1775. Services available throughout the state of Maryland.
Common Premises Liability Cases In Maryland
If you were injured in a residential, business or city property, you could be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. These cases may include:
- Falling or improperly stored merchandise
- Unmarked slippery, wet, or icy floors or sidewalks
- Unsafe forklift operation
- Broken staircases
- Broken sidewalks
- Unclear walkways
Much of your case depends on how well you document the incident by taking pictures of the scene, requesting medical documentation, retaining as many details as possible and obtaining the contact information of any witnesses.
What A Good Attorney Can Do For You
Slip-and-fall cases can be a challenge due to the “he said/she said” nature of determining and proving what is reasonably safe and who is at fault. Our attorneys are dedicated to giving each of our clients the individualized attention they deserve. We understand you are likely still in pain and certainly very stressed about this situation, so we will work diligently to help you build a solid case.
With eight offices across the state, we represent clients anywhere in Maryland, including Glen Burnie, Baltimore, Ocean City, Hartford and Towson.