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Can You Sue if You Fell at an Arizona Apartment Complex?

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Slip-and-fall accidents can occur suddenly, leaving victims with serious injuries and unexpected medical expenses. Often, these incidents result from negligence on the part of the landlord or property owner. If you suffered injuries in a slip-and-fall accident due to hazardous conditions at an apartment complex or other rental property, you likely have grounds to hold the negligent party accountable through a personal injury claim.

The skilled attorneys at Feller & Wendt have extensive experience investigating apartment slip-and-fall claims and helping their clients in Arizona recover damages for the full extent of their injuries and other losses. We recognize there is no one-size-fits-all approach to law and tailor our approach to every case. Our attorneys are committed to prioritizing your unique needs as we fight for the maximum compensation for your injuries and other losses.

Proving Liability in an Apartment Slip-And-Fall Case

Landlords and apartment complex owners are legally required to keep their property safe and well-maintained for residents, employees, and guests. When those responsible for the apartment complex’s upkeep fail to maintain safe premises or address known issues, they may be held liable for any injuries that occur due to their negligence. A few common examples of negligence in apartment slip-and-fall claims include the following:

  • Failing to adhere to building safety compliance codes
  • Failing to make repairs and address safety concerns
  • Failing to maintain clean and debris-free common areas
  • Failing to perform apartment inspections to catch and address potential hazards

This is not an exhaustive list, and there are many other ways a landlord’s negligence could have contributed to your injuries. A skilled attorney can investigate your case and collect evidence to determine the cause of your accident and establish the responsible party’s negligence.

How a Talented Slip-And-Fall Accident Lawyer Can Help You

Pursuing justice against a landlord or apartment complex owner can be challenging to handle on your own, especially as you recover from your injuries. The experienced attorneys at Feller & Wendt understand the ins and outs of Arizona personal injury law and can use their expertise to handle your case and guide you through the legal process. Some of the many ways our slip-and-fall attorneys can help you include the following:

  • Conducting a thorough and independent investigation into your case
  • Collecting evidence to support your claim
  • Filing all paperwork correctly and on time
  • Negotiating with all parties on your behalf
  • Answering your legal questions
  • Keeping you up to date on the status of your case
  • Determining the total value of your claim
  • Advocating aggressively for your rights inside and outside of court

One of the most significant ways our attorneys can help you is by pursuing monetary compensation for your injuries and other losses. Through a personal injury claim, an attorney can help you collect compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and emotional distress. Our attorneys will work with you to understand your injuries’ impact on your life and fight for the maximum compensation for your losses.

Speak to a Knowledgeable Slip-And-Fall Accident Attorney at Feller & Wendt

After suffering injuries in an apartment slip-and-fall accident, do not hesitate to contact a seasoned attorney. At Feller & Wendt, our attorneys are dedicated to fighting aggressively for our clients’ right to compensation for the full extent of their losses. We are committed to your needs and will work tirelessly to pursue a favorable outcome for your case. Our attorneys have years of experience successfully helping victims like you recover the compensation they need to move their lives forward.

To discuss your case with a knowledgeable attorney during a free consultation, call us today at 480.702.2277 or complete our contact form.

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