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HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED Because of a slippery floor?

We Only Charge A Fee If We Get You Justice

   It may be funny to see someone slip & fall on television, but when it happens for real you can suffer serious injuries.  Building owners are required to use reasonable care to keep their premises free from slippery hazards.  Janitors are required to warn of any dangers they create when mopping or waxing a floor.  If you suffer an injury because someone failed to use reasonable care, then you may be entitled to monetary compensation.  We can help.

Serving all of Southern California:  Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Diego Counties.

What you should do if you slip & fall:


Slip & Fall cases are difficult to prove because often it is impossible to produce evidence establishing the hazard.  If you can photograph the condition, then do so right away.  Be sure to get the names and telephone numbers of anyone who saw the accident or the hazard even if it was after the fact.  The idea is to preserve all the evidence possible.


If you are feeling pain, go see a doctor.  If you have medical insurance go to the ER or see your primary care physician right away.  If you don't have access to a doctor, contact us and we can help you.


Do not give a statement to the owner's insurance company before you speak with a lawyer.


If you are injured, hire a lawyer at your first opportunity.

Why hire us?

Our lawyers are experienced trial attorneys.  In fact, we spent a number of years working for insurance companies, but we have traded in our black hats for white ones and we are ready to put our expertise and knowledge of the insurance industry to work for you.


We will only charge a fee if we recover compensation for you.


Your case will be handled by an attorney from start to finish not a paralegal or assistant.


Most importantly, we will tirelessly and aggressively pursue your interest to the absolute best of our ability.


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