Property owners are liable for maintaining their property. This includes a home, condominium or apartment complex, business, store, mall, parking lot or any area surrounding a property. Whether you or your loved one slipped on snow and ice, on liquid left on the floor for too long, or down an improperly installed stairway, these types of falls often lead to severe and debilitating injuries and sometimes even death. Most times, these falls could have been prevented by something as simple as installing a handrail, putting up a warning sign, or spreading a little bit of salt on the parking lot or sidewalk. If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property, you may have a case against the property owner. The process of determining who is at fault can be complicated by multiple owners of a property, complex lease and contract agreement between landlords and tenants regarding who is responsible for maintenance, or even accusations that the injured victims themselves were at fault for falling despite a clearly hazardous condition on the property. Succeeding in a slip and fall claim requires a skilled professional to evaluate the circumstances, and to fight for your rights and the compensation you and your family deserve. The Curran Firm, P.C. can help you to navigate this process, determine if you have a case against the property owners, and successfully litigate your claim to a successful verdict or settlement.