If you or someone you loved has been hurt in a slip and fall accident in Fall River, MA, you may be eligible for compensation. At Michael Kelly Injury Lawyers, our team helps clients pursue damages to cover their medical bills, lost wages, pain, and suffering, and more.

Our team has a long and successful track record of helping personal injury victims in Massachusetts recover substantial compensation. Our philosophy is simple—we measure our success by the settlements and judgments our clients receive. Therefore, we do not charge a fee until you get paid. You can have us on your side with no risk and no out-of-pocket cost.

For a free, no-risk case evaluation with a member of our injury team, call a slip and fall lawyer in Fall River, MA at 1-800-LAW-GUYS.

Count on Michael Kelly Injury Lawyers to Help You Get Your Life Back After a Slip and Fall Injury

The term “slip and fall” might not sound serious. It might call to mind a forgettable mishap that led to embarrassment but not much more than that. But the reality is that a slip and fall can be the source of a lot more than humiliation.

If you or someone you love is dealing with a significant injury that resulted from a fall, a strong chance exists that one or more parties are responsible. The team at Michael Kelly will pursue the responsible party or parties and help you recover the compensation you deserve for your injury. For a free case evaluation, call us at 1-800-LAW-GUYS.

Who Might Be Responsible for Your Fall River, MA Slip and Fall Injury

In Massachusetts, individuals and businesses who own or manage property must comply with strict premises liability laws. If someone gets hurt on residential, commercial, or industrial property, the owner or manager of that property is financially liable in many cases. The slip and fall legal team at Michael Kelly Injury Lawyers will start by investigating your case and identifying all responsible parties.

As a general rule, property owners and managers in Massachusetts are liable when an injury occurs on their property due to a hazardous condition they should have addressed.

Residential Property Injuries

Residential property includes single-family homes, condominiums, apartments, mobile homes, and dormitories. Several parties may be responsible for a slip and fall injury on residential property. They include:

The Michael Kelly Injury Lawyers team will investigate your injury and determine which of these parties is financially liable for your damages.

Commercial Property Injuries

Commercial property includes office buildings, retailers, grocery stores, shopping malls, and other businesses. The owners and managers of a commercial property must follow the same premises liability laws as residential property owners and managers. If a dangerous condition emerges on a piece of commercial property, the owner or manager must take immediate steps to address it and remedy the situation. If they are unable to remedy the situation, they must make all visitors aware of the danger.

Whether your injury occurred on residential or commercial property, our team will aggressively pursue the responsible party or parties for the full compensation you deserve.

Call Our Team No Matter How Your Slip and Fall Injury Occurred

A slip and fall injury can result from any number of hazardous conditions, whether at a home or business or on private or public property. Our attorneys have helped clients win compensation for slip and fall injuries caused by the following and more:

  • Slippery floors
  • Uneven or cracked pavement
  • Loose or missing stairs
  • Unmarked floor obstacles
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Loose or missing handrails

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Michael D. Kelly has a diverse background that provides a breadth of legal knowledge that he draws upon in serving his clients. Kelly compiled an excellent academic record during his three years at New England Law in Boston.