Personal injury attorneys on fraudulent slip and fall lawsuits

All across America, there are stories of unscrupulous lawyers who have raked in millions of dollars from staging phony slip and fall accidents to file huge suits against the insurance companies for the property owners. Insurance fraud suits cost the insured parties over $40 billion per year, which works out to around $400 to $700 per family in yearly insurance premium increases. Warshafsky Law has no interest in being part of this kind of fraud.

Our clients are real people who have suffered real injuries. In some cases, they are the surviving family members of someone who died as a result of a slip and fall accident. Yes, it does happen. For those who have been legitimately injured in a slip and fall accident caused by the negligence of a property owner, we are often their only hope of making things right. And our experienced team of personal injury attorneys will do everything possible under the law to make that happen.

If you’ve been injured in a slip and fall accident due to an ice-covered sidewalk or steps, call us. No personal injury law firm has the record Warshafsky Law has for winning big settlements for our clients. If you think you can fake your way into millions with a phony slip and fall claim, we suggest you seek legal counsel elsewhere.

Free initial consultation and no fees until you have been compensated for your injury

Warshafsky Law offers a free legal consultation to anyone considering pursuing a personal injury claim for a slip and fall accident. You’ll speak with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys, who will advise you on the merits of your case and what sort of financial compensation you should expect. There is this consultation is free, with no obligation to hire.

When you do decide to use our legal aid, you won’t see a single bill from us until after we win you the highest settlement. And in the unlikely event, we don’t win your case, you don’t owe us a cent.

Contact our personal injury law firm today to arrange a FREE, no-obligation consultation on your slip and fall injury.

Milwaukee Personal Injury Lawsuits Frequently Asked Questions

Can you file a lawsuit for a slip and fall on ice?

Yes, you can file a lawsuit for a slip and fall on ice. Property owners have the responsibility to ensure their property is safe. This liability includes the removal of ice and snow from sidewalks, walkways and parking lots. You may be entitled to damages for a slip and fall on ice, such as: - Medical expenses, including physical therapy, medical equipment and medication - Lost wages, including loss of earning capacity - Mental anguish, including physical pain and emotional suffering - Scarring, including disfigurement and permanent disability

What is the average slip and fall settlement?

The average slip and fall settlement is worth between $15,000 and $45,000. The specific amount your case is worth depends on several factors, including the severity of your injuries. Relatively minor injuries may result in a case worth below average. If you have serious injuries and a legally strong case, you may receive a higher-than-average settlement.

How long do you have to sue after a fall in Wisconsin?

You have 3 years to sue after a fall in Wisconsin. After 3 years, the statute of limitations on slip and fall lawsuits expires. If you are seeking compensation for damage to loss of property - for example, if you damaged valuables when you fell - you have 6 years to sue.

Can I sue my employer for falling on ice?

Yes, you can sue your employer for falling on ice. You must be able to prove you weren’t at fault for what occurred. Examples of problems you can sue your employer for after falling include: - Long-time hazards that the company knew about but did not fix - No signage up that would make employees aware of the problem - The problem was created by someone other than the employee - The problem occurred before the employee arrived to work