Slip and Fall on Ice Lawyer in Pittsburgh, PA

Ice accumulation on roads and sidewalks is inevitable, but property owners have a legal responsibility to keep their property safe. Slipping on ice injuries can be serious and include nerve damage, concussions, internal bleeding, joint damage, bulging discs, concussions, and more.

If you believe that your injuries were due to someone else's negligence, you could be entitled to compensation for medical bills and lost wages. Keep in mind: Slip and fall injury cases have a two-year statute of limitations. Because there is such a short window to file a claim, we urge you to contact us as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the fewer options you may have.

We encourage you to contact our office today at 412-668-5335.

Can I Sue for Falling on Ice?

You may be able to sue for injuries that were a result of falling on ice—whether it happened at someone's house, outside of a business, or at work.

As in any slip and fall case, you must prove your fall was caused by someone else's negligent actions. If you believe someone else is responsible for your injuries, it is in your best interest to contact an experienced slip and fall attorney.

Our law firm offers free, no obligation legal evaluations. We can tell you what your options are, and if you have a claim, we'll begin building your case right away.

I Fell at My Friend's, But I Don't Want to Sue Them

"What if I fell at a friend or family member's house?" This is a question we get often. If you fell on a friend or family member's property, you may be worried about the consequences of "suing" a loved one. You don't have to be—any claim you file will go against and be paid by the property owner's insurance company.

Our team of Pittsburgh personal injury attorneys has the experience needed to get you the best results possible. We offer a free, no obligation legal consultation and will answer any questions you have regarding your case.

We're available 24/7 by phone, chat, and form. Contact us as soon as possible—before evidence disappears.

Can You File a Claim if You Fell on Ice?

In order to claim compensation for injuries from slipping on ice, you have to prove that it was someone else's fault. Make sure you document everything that happened, including the date, time, and weather conditions. You should also take photos of the area where you fell, ask witnesses for their phone numbers, and keep track of medical records and bills.

And, you should contact an experienced slip and fall attorney as soon as possible. He or she can tell you if you have a claim and explain your options. Property owners have a responsibility to keep premises safe. If you believe your fall was the result of someone else's negligence, you should contact our law firm at 412-668-5335.

Can I Sue the City for Slipping on Ice?

You may be able to sue the city or municipality if your injuries were caused by their negligence, but there are very strict—and oftentimes short—deadlines to file a lawsuit. The sooner you call our office, the sooner we can get to work. Contact us today by filling out the form on this page, chatting with us online, or calling us at 412-668-5335.

Injured by a Slip and Fall on Ice? Contact Us Today

Slip and fall cases can be complicated, and you don't want just any attorney—you need an experienced injury law firm on your side. We have been getting results for our clients all over Western Pennsylvania for 35, and we're here to do the same for you.

And remember: "There is never a fee unless we get money for you." You owe us nothing unless and until we win your case. Call us today for a free, no obligation legal consultation.

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