Premises Liability/Slip and Fall

Property owners are responsible for maintaining the safety of their premises. When they fail to provide a reasonable level of care for their property and equipment, they put customers, tenants, guests and passers-by at risk for injury.

A number of everyday situations can result in personal injury. A loose rung on the monkey bars may cause your child to fall and break his or her arm. You might get mugged in a parking garage with inadequate security. Rainy days always bring the possibility of slipping on a wet grocery store floor.

Louisiana premises liability cases can get complex. For a successful premises liability claim, the plaintiff must provide proof of the injury, the hazardous conditions and the property owner’s negligence. You need qualified legal representation that can accurately demonstrate the fault of your injury in court.

Common Causes of Premises Liability Injury

  • Hazardous weather conditions
  • Poorly maintained walkways and premises
  • Attacks or assaults due to lack of security
  • Gas explosions, toxic fumes and burns
  • Faulty equipment or defective products
  • Accidental drowning

When you hire McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton to handle your claim, you get an expert Louisiana premises liability attorney who will give your case the attention it needs. Our legal team includes expert witnesses who can re-create for the judge or jury the circumstances that lead to your injuries and prove the negligence of the property owner. Our attorneys have the premises liability experience necessary to help you set realistic expectations for your case, and they will fight for everything you lawfully deserve.

If you or someone you know suffered an injury on another’s property, call McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton today to discuss the merits of your claim with a Louisiana premises liability attorney.

Slip and Fall

An Experienced Louisiana Accident Attorney Gets You Back on Your Feet After a Fall

Don’t pay for someone else’s slip-up

We laugh when we see a cartoon character slip on a banana peel, but a real-life slip and fall accident is no laughing matter. Slip and fall injuries can range from mild scrapes and bruises to serious back ailments and traumatic brain injuries. Louisiana law requires property owners to maintain safe premises and warn visitors of potential hazards.

Your Case Matters

Whether you sprained your ankle on an unmarked curb or tumbled from the stairs because of a loose railing, property owners may be liable for your injuries. Indoors or outdoors, public or private property, a number of hazardous conditions can lead to a slip and fall accident:

  • Adverse Weather Conditions (Rain, Ice, Snow)
  • Potholes and Uneven Sidewalks
  • Poorly Lit or Unmarked Pathways
  • Wet or Slippery Floors
  • Uneven Carpeting
  • Obstructed Walkways

An experienced Louisiana accident attorney can help you recover damages for your medical expenses, pain and suffering and lost earning potential. The legal team of McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton has a wealth of experience representing clients in personal injury claims, including slip and fall accidents.

Our resources include expert witnesses who will accurately demonstrate the circumstances of your accident and the fault of your injuries. We fight for what you deserve and for everything the law entitles you to receive.

If you believe negligence was responsible for your slip and fall, contact the offices of McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton to arrange a free consultation with a Louisiana accident attorney.