Slip and Fall Attorney Bucks County & Montgomery County – PhillyLawyers:

Our Bucks County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia Attorney’s can help you with your Slip and Fall case. Whether you are injured in a public place, or at a workplace, there may be someone responsible for those injuries. The floor could have been slippery or wet, there could have been an obstruction in the hallway that trips your foot. No matter what the cause is, if a you are injured due to a slip and fall, the property owner or business may be liable for those injuries. There are many factors which determine a slip and fall settlement. Our 30 years of experience will get you the results that you deserve for your personal injury case.

The main questions you should ask when determining a slip and fall settlement are as follows:


1) Who is ultimately responsible for the accident?
2) What did the responsible party do or not do which resulted in the accident?
3) Did the injured party cause, or contribute to their own accident in any way, shape, or form?

If you have been injured in an accident for which someone else is responsible, you may be entitled to receive fair compensation for your losses. The law offices of KATS, Jamison & Associates work with you on a contingency basis to achieve the results you deserve. Our firm will assist you in gaining the maximum settlement for injury compensation.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Slip & Fall Accidents


What is Slip and Fall Negligence?

Negligence typically involves the disregard for the safety of others. If a dangerous situation was created by a property owner or business, you could prove whether the liable property owner specifically caused the dangerous situation themselves and that it was reasonably understandable that a person would suffer an injury due to the situation.

Plaintiffs are responsible of proving that the liable party could have taken an action to prevent the accident but failed to do so. They must also prove that even if there was a valid reason for the obstruction to be present, that the justification was not longer valid at the time of the accident occurred, and no preventive measures were taken in order to prevent the accident.


What is Liability?

In order to prove that someone is liable, they must have a legal responsibility for the property. A property owner or business owner would normally assume liability for an injury that happens at their place of business, unless they have insurance that relieves them of that liability. In the case that the owner or employer has liability insurance, the insurance company accepts the liability and therefore the plaintiff must file a suit against the insurance company instead of the property or business owner.

What are the common injuries associated with slip and fall accidents?

Slip and fall accidents can result in many injuries that range from physical damage to a person’s body, mental, emotional, or financial well-being. Physical damages may include, but are not limited to: Back and Neck Injuries, including broken or slipped vertebra (disks) throughout the neck and spinal column. As well as chronic pain that can require surgery or debilitate a person were they no longer can work and earn an income.

Head injuries due to slip and fall accidents may include include concussions, traumatic injuries to the brain, which may cause problems with balance, memory and/or cognitive and behavioral issues.

Pelvic injuries are most common of elder victims who slip and fall, many of these accidents result in broken hips or cracks in the pelvic region. These types of injuries are often extremely painful and require invasive surgery and extended hospital or nursing home stays

Torn tendons and ligaments can happen in almost any slip and fall case. This usually occurs when a person tries to catch themselves when falling. This response can stop the fall all together but can make the injury worse. These injuries may be treated with surgery and physical therapy, but can cause the injured person to suffer lifelong consequences that may never fully heal.

The goal of slip and fall settlements are to make the plaintiff whole again and to restore their financial situation to where it was before the accident. This may include calculating the lifetime cost of medical bills, attorney fees, household bills and necessities.


There many factors to consider determining slip and fall settlements. Negligence on behalf of a property/business owner and liability are the two major components of these cases, but it is important that the plaintiff must be free from blame of the injuries that are suffered.

To receive a free consultation, please call our offices to schedule an appointment for your personal injury case


Address: 1 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville-Trevose, PA 19053
Phone: (215) 396-9001

ARE YOU INJURED DUE TO A SLIP AND FALL CASE? WE WILL VISIT YOU AT YOUR HOME OR HOSPITAL IN BUCKS COUNTY, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, AND PHILADELPHIA.

OUR PHILADELPHIA SLIP AND FALL ATTORNEYS CAN HELP WITH YOUR CASE SUCH AS:

  • TRIPPING HAZARD

  • SNOW AND ICE

  • UNEVEN PAVEMENT

  • FALL IN BUSINESS OPEN TO PUBLIC

  • WET FLOOR

  • LANDLORD NEGLIGENCE

  • ON GOVERNMENT PROPERTY

  • INADEQUATE MAINTENANCE

OUR GREATER PHILADELPHIA SLIP AND FALL ATTORNEYS GET THE RESULTS THAT THE NORTHEAST, BUCKS & MONTGOMERY COUNTIES CAN DEPEND ON!

$350,000 SETTLEMENT

For a client who fell on uneven pavement & suffered injuries.

$750,000 SETTLEMENT

For a client who suffered injuries from a fall on ice.