Toronto Slip-And-Fall Claims Lawyer

Slip-and-fall accidents may seem like minor incidents at first, but such accidents can result in significant injuries, some of which may require medical attention. If you or someone you love slipped, tripped or fell and suffered serious injury, you may be eligible to make a premises liability claim.

Representing Clients Ontario: Trip-And-Fall Injuries Lawyer Michael A. Yermus

Yermus & Associates, and his legal team help clients in Toronto and throughout the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) navigate the personal injury claims process from start to finish. We go above and beyond for our clients, taking care of the legal details of their claims so they can concentrate on recovery.

Typical Causes Of Slip-And-Fall Accidents

Premises liability laws affect any type of property, from private homes or businesses to publicly maintained facilities, municipal sidewalks or roads. Some of the most common causes of slip-and-fall accidents include:

  • Cracked or broken concrete
  • Unmarked wet surfaces
  • Poor lighting
  • Uneven stairways or crumbling steps
  • Damaged handrails or guardrails
  • Negligent snow and ice care or improper removal
  • Other surface defects

Slip-and-fall accident injuries range in severity depending on the nature of the accident. More minor injuries could include severe muscle sprains, twisted ankles, minor cuts and bruises, or other soft-tissue injuries. More severe accidents can result in ankle fractures, knee injuries, broken wrists, arm injury, other orthopaedic injuries or even concussions.

Speak With an Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer

When you engage our firm to represent you, we will focus on recovering the maximum amount of benefits and compensation to which you are entitled by law. Our experience includes bringing claims against private property owners and occupiers, building managers, shopping centres or municipal agencies.

For more information, contact us by calling 416-229-4878 (HURT) to schedule a meeting with our Toronto slip-and-fall claims lawyer. Your first consultation is completely free of charge.