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Slip and Fall Lawyers

When property owners do not maintain safe premises for their visitors, a slip and fall accident can happen through no fault of your own. Unfortunately, slip and fall and trip and fall accidents can result in severe injuries and damages. Our slip and fall lawyers help in Los Angeles, California, Nevada, and Texas victims get the financial compensation they need and deserve after an accident.

We Advocate for Slip and Fall Accident Victims in California, Nevada, and Texas

Every day we encounter unsafe conditions when we leave our homes. For example, suppose you slipped on a wet floor while grocery shopping in Los Angeles or at a casino in Las Vegas. Maybe you tripped on an uneven sidewalk at the San Antonio River Walk or on a frayed carpet at a nearby barbeque joint. Slip and fall accidents can occur anywhere due to no fault of your own.

No matter where your accident occurred, property owners are legally obligated to keep their properties safe for visitors. If you have suffered injuries in a California, Nevada, or Texas slip and fall accident, you may be entitled to financial compensation.

Do not hesitate to contact Karns & Karns Personal Injury and Accident Attorneys about your situation. We have extensive experience negotiating and litigating premises liability cases, or slip and fall cases.

Our slip and fall attorneys in Los Angeles offer a free consultation to answer your questions, review your case, and determine your potential legal options. Call us at (888) 779-1180 or submit our online contact form to request yours.

Understanding Slip & Fall and Trip & Fall Laws

Slip and falls, as well as trip and falls accidents, fall under premises liability. Under premises liability laws, property owners are legally obligated to keep their properties safe for visitors and customers. Suppose a property owner fails to maintain the safety of their property. In that case, they can be held liable for any injuries or damages caused by unsafe conditions.

Therefore, if you suffer injuries in a slip and fall or trip and fall on someone else’s property, you may be able to hold the property owner responsible. However, to prove liability, you must show that the property owner knew or should have known about the hazardous condition that caused the accident and failed to take action to address it.

Common Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents

Many unsafe or unmaintained conditions can result in slip and fall and trip and fall accidents. A few common hazards include, but are not limited to:

  • Wet or slippery floors
  • Uneven or damaged walkways
  • Poorly lit areas
  • Loose or frayed rugs or mats
  • Cluttered walkways or aisles
  • Lack of or broken handrails
  • Unsafe stairwells
  • Street hazards, such as potholes or debris

Additionally, these hazards can be found anywhere. A few places where premises liability accidents may occur include, but are not limited to:

  • Grocery stores
  • Retail stores and shopping malls
  • Restaurants and bars
  • Entertainment venues
  • Sidewalks
  • Parking lots

Did any of the above conditions or a similar hazard result in you suffering injuries? If so, someone else may be liable for your damages. Discuss your situation and potential legal options with a slip and fall attorney from our firm.

We offer a free case evaluation to discuss your legal options and determine whether we can help you with your case. If we can help you, we will investigate the accident, gather evidence to support your claim, and determine who is liable for your damages.

How Long Do I Have to File a Slip and Fall Claim?

After suffering injuries in a slip and fall accident, it is important to act quickly to protect your claim. If you wait too long, you can lose your right to seek financial compensation for your injuries. Each state has a time limit, also known as a statute of limitations, for filing a premises liability claim.

These statutes of limitations include:

  • California: Two years from the date of the accident
  • Nevada: Two years from the date of the accident
  • Texas: Two years from the date of the accident


There are certain exceptions to these deadlines. For example, if the accident victim is a minor, the deadline may be tolled or paused until they turn 18. These limitations may be shorter if you are suing a governmental entity. We recommend contacting a slip and fall lawyer in Los Angeles as soon as possible after an accident to discuss your legal options and ensure you do not miss important deadlines.

Should I Get a Slip and Fall Lawyer for a Slip and Fall Accident?

If you have suffered injuries in a slip and fall accident in Los Angeles, California, Nevada, or Texas, it is essential to have an experienced slip and fall lawyer on your side. An attorney can help you preserve and gather vital evidence to support your claim and determine who is responsible for your damages. Additionally, your attorney can guide you through the entire legal process, from filing your claim, to negotiating with insurance companies, to litigating on your behalf if needed.

At Karns & Karns Personal Injury and Accident Attorneys, we have the experience and know-how to handle every aspect of your slip and fall case. We help accident victims hold negligent property owners fully accountable for damages.

When we decide to work together, you can rest assured that your case is in good hands. If we cannot reach a fair settlement on your behalf, we have significant trial experience and are ready to fight for your right to compensation in court.

Schedule a Free Case Review With Our los angeles Slip and Fall Attorneys

Have you suffered damages in a slip and fall accident in California, Nevada, or Texas? Contact our experienced slip and fall lawyers today. We provide a free consultation to discuss your case and determine your legal options. We can also determine whether we can help you seek the justice you deserve. 

At Karns & Karns Personal Injury and Accident Attorneys, we fight for the compensation a client deserves after a serious accident so that they can focus on recovery. Call us at (888) 779-1180 or fill out our online contact form and let us start reviewing your case today. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

At Karns & Karns Personal Injury and Accident Attorneys, personal injury is all we do. We handle a wide range of injury cases, including all types of motor vehicle accidents. For example, we represent victims of car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, and rideshare accidents. We also handle wrongful death, slip and fall accidents, dog bites, pedestrian accidents, dangerous and defective products, construction accidents, and many more injury cases.

"Damages" is the legal term for what you have lost in the accident. Damages generally fall into two main categories, economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages include monetary or quantifiable losses you have incurred, such as medical expenses, lost wages, and property damages. Non-economic damages are more difficult to quantify because they are non-monetary losses. Examples of non-economic damages include pain and suffering, depression, and loss of enjoyment of life.

Each state has its own time limit for filing a personal injury claim. This time limit is called the statute of limitations. In California, Nevada, and Texas, most personal injury claims will fall under a two-year statute of limitations. That means you have two years from the date of the injury or death to file a lawsuit. However, there are certain exceptions to these deadlines. Consider discussing your unique situation with an experienced personal injury attorney from our firm. We can help you understand how the statute of limitations in your state may affect your potential claim.

Most personal injury lawyers, like us, work on a contingency fee basis. Working on contingency means that you pay nothing upfront for legal representation. Instead, you only pay if you win your case through a settlement or verdict. You and your lawyer will agree to an amount, usually a percentage. If your case succeeds, that amount will be deducted from the verdict or settlement. If your case is not successful, then you owe the lawyer nothing.