In Michigan, you should get a lawyer for a slip and fall accident as soon as possible if it resulted in a serious personal injury or wrongful death.
In general, premises liability cases are very different from other types of personal injury cases in that most of the critical legal discovery occurs in the beginning and needs to be done as soon as possible to document a hazard or dangerous condition as it existed at the time of a slip and fall accident. An attorney needs to begin the legal discovery process to preserve this critical evidence, as well as to comply with any applicable notice requirements that may be required. Depending on your state and the potential negligent party, a notice requirement can be due as little as 60 or 120 days after a slip and fall.
Obtaining an attorney for legal representation right away can make all the difference in your ability to successfully win your case and hold a negligent store or premises owner accountable when you are injured on their property.
Michigan Slip and Fall Lawyer Tim Holland is arguably Michigan’s most successful and experienced premises liability attorney, having litigated more than 200 slip and fall accidents, trip and fall accidents, and premises liability cases throughout the state of Michigan, from Detroit to Grand Rapids, and from Monroe to Traverse City. Tim has had extraordinary success in both the trial and appellate courts. He is one of the nation’s most in-demand legal specialists and a highly sought after speaker at national legal conferences and seminars, teaching other attorneys across the country how to win slip and fall injury cases.
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The stakes are high for you and your family if you’ve been seriously injured in a slip and fall or trip and fall accident. Get the answers and the help you need today. Call Tim Holland and the attorneys at Michigan Slip and Fall Lawyers now.
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