New Hampshire Slip and Fall Lawyer

A slip and fall accident can be caused by something as simple as a wet floor or misplaced carpet. However, these accidents may lead to serious and sometimes life-altering injuries.

At Sokolove Law, our New Hampshire slip and fall attorneys are dedicated to seeking justice and compensation for those injured on someone else’s property. Contact us now for a free case review.

Why Choose Sokolove Law as Your New Hampshire Slip and Fall Law Firm?

At Sokolove Law, our New Hampshire slip and fall lawyers understand what you’re going through. When negligent owners fail to address property hazards, innocent people suffer.

That’s why we work to make taking legal action as easy as possible by handling every step of the legal process for you.

Learn how our firm stands out from the rest:

  • Decades of Experience: For over 40 years, Sokolove Law has fought on behalf of clients injured through no fault of their own.
  • No Financial Risks: Our New Hampshire slip and fall attorneys don’t charge any upfront or hourly fees. We only get paid if we recover compensation for you.
  • Track Record of Success: We’ve recovered over $9.1 Billion on behalf of our clients across the country.

Our slip and fall attorneys in New Hampshire will fight to get you the most compensation possible. Call (800) 995-1212 now to find out if we can help with your case at no cost.

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Common Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents in New Hampshire

In 2020, there were over 211,640 nonfatal slips, trips, and falls reported to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. An additional 850 work-related falls resulted in tragic deaths in the same year.

Slip and fall accidents are often preventable. Unsafe floors are the most common property hazard to result in a slip, trip, or fall, according to the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI).

Common causes of slip and fall accidents include:

  • Broken or poorly maintained stairways
  • Cluttered walkways
  • Icy or snowy surfaces
  • Inadequate handrails
  • Inadequate signage
  • Loose flooring or carpeting
  • Poor lighting
  • Uneven flooring or surfaces
  • Wet or slippery surfaces

In many cases, slip and fall accidents are due to a failure to maintain public areas of passage properly, like parking lots, inside of businesses, or even around the outside of someone’s home.

In these instances, it is typically the property owner, business owner, or homeowner who is legally responsible for the injuries sustained on their property.

Why Can You Sue Over a Slip & Fall Injury?

Property owners and renters have a legal responsibility to ensure the safety of everyone who lawfully enters their building or land.

However, if their negligence results in unsafe conditions that cause you to be injured, you may be able to sue for slipping and falling.

In slip and fall cases, the property owner had to have:

  • Created a dangerous condition or was aware of a hazard on their property
  • Had enough time to notice and address the hazard on their property
  • Failed to repair or properly warn visitors about these dangers

New Hampshire premises liability claims hold owners or renters responsible for failing to maintain their property.

In most states, these legal protections do not extend to trespassers who get injured on someone else’s property. 

Unfortunately, premises liability cases are notoriously complex. However, our experienced New Hampshire slip and fall attorneys can help you navigate the justice system and file your claim.

Call (800) 995-1212 now to see if you may be able to file a slip and fall lawsuit in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire Slip and Fall Injuries

Slip and fall accidents can cause various injuries, ranging from minor scratches to paralysis and even death. The trauma from accidents like these can be both physical and emotional in nature.

Your legal team will often assess the extent of your injuries in order to fight for the most compensation possible in your case.

Common slip and fall injuries include:

  • Bone fractures
  • Bruising and contusions
  • Cuts and lacerations
  • Dislocations
  • Emotional trauma and distress
  • Head and facial injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Sprains and strains
  • Torn ligaments and tendons

It’s crucial to seek medical care after a slip and fall injury. Once serious health concerns have been addressed, you should report the fall and ask for a copy of the incident report. Photographing the hazard that led to your injury can also serve as important evidence.

At Sokolove Law, our New Hampshire slip and fall attorneys have spent decades helping those who were hurt due to the negligence of others get justice.

Let us put our experience to work for you. Find out if you may be entitled to slip and fall compensation now.

How to File a New Hampshire Slip and Fall Lawsuit

Property owners have a duty to maintain a reasonably safe environment for visitors and patrons. If they fail to do so and you are injured as a result, you may be able to pursue compensation from a New Hampshire slip and fall lawsuit.

If you have a case, our slip and fall attorneys in New Hampshire will handle every step of the legal process for you, so you can focus on your health and recovery.

Below are the steps to filing a slip and fall lawsuit in New Hampshire.

1. Contact Sokolove Law

At Sokolove Law, we provide all potential clients with a free case review to determine if they may be eligible to file a New Hampshire slip and fall claim.

During this time, we’ll ask you a few questions about your injury, so we can better understand the specifics of your situation.

2. We’ll Gather Evidence to Support Your Case

If you have a case, we’ll collect evidence to show your injuries were caused by the property owner's negligence, including:

  • Medical records
  • Incident reports
  • Photos or videos
  • Witness statements

Our on-staff investigators have the resources necessary to examine all of the factors that may have contributed to your fall.

3. We'll File Your New Hampshire Slip and Fall Claim

Your New Hampshire slip and fall lawsuit must be filed within the statute of limitations, which is a set of laws that limit how long you have to file a claim.

Once these deadlines pass, you won’t be able to file a claim or pursue compensation for your injuries ever again.

Call Sokolove Law as soon as possible at (800) 995-1212 in order to ensure that your claim is filed on time.

4. We'll Negotiate a Slip and Fall Settlement on Your Behalf

Our attorneys will try to negotiate a New Hampshire slip and fall settlement with the defendant(s), which may include the property owner or their insurance company.

If your injury happens while on the job, we may also be able to help you pursue workers’ compensation.

If a settlement isn’t reached, our slip and fall injury lawyers in NH are prepared to present your case in trial and fight for a verdict on your behalf.

Slip & Fall Injury Settlements in New Hampshire

At Sokolove Law, our attorneys have recovered over $9.1 Billion on behalf of our clients across the country, including many impacted by slip and fall accidents in New Hampshire.

Slip and fall settlements are often paid for by property owners or their general liability insurance providers. However, settlement amounts vary based on the facts of each individual case, including your medical bills, the severity of injuries, and more.

A few of our past New Hampshire slip and fall lawsuit settlements include:

  • $350,000 for a Merrimack man who fell down the stairs at a rental property that didn’t have handrails
  • $200,000 for a man in Hampton who slipped on an icy driveway his management company refused to salt
  • $175,000 for a Londonderry man who tripped while walking out a restaurant

While there’s no guarantee of success in any case, our New Hampshire slip and fall lawyers will fight to get you the most compensation possible.

Compensation from a slip and fall claim can help pay for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, funeral services, and more.

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Our slip and fall attorneys in New Hampshire have secured millions for families locally and nationally. Let us get you the money you deserve.

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Let Our New Hampshire Slip and Fall Attorneys Fight for You

At Sokolove Law, we know that an unexpected accident can lead to serious physical injuries that may have a lifelong impact.

Our compassionate New Hampshire slip and fall attorneys are dedicated to holding those responsible for your suffering accountable. Throughout the legal process, we’ll work to make things as stress-free as possible for you and your family.

There are no upfront costs or hourly fees to work with our team. We only get paid if you do, so there’s no financial risk to taking legal action.

Let us fight for the compensation you deserve. Call (800) 995-1212 or fill out our contact form now for a free case review.

New Hampshire Slip and Fall Injury Lawyer FAQs

Can you sue for a slip and fall in New Hampshire?

You may be able to sue for slipping and falling if your accident was caused by someone else’s negligence. 

Typically, lawsuits can be filed against a property owner or renter if they were aware of a hazard on the property but did not take the steps necessary to address it or warn visitors about it.

Our New Hampshire slip and fall accident lawyers can help you figure out your eligibility for free. Call (800) 995-1212 now to get started.

What influences New Hampshire slip and fall settlements amounts?

Factors that affect slip and fall injury settlement amounts in New Hampshire include:

  • Extent of current and future medical expenses
  • Impact of injury on ability to work and earn an income
  • Insurance company policy limits
  • Pain and suffering
  • Severity of injuries
  • Strength of evidence
  • Whether the injured party is found partially at fault

Our New Hampshire slip and fall attorneys will take all of these factors into account when negotiating a settlement on your behalf, so you can receive the compensation you deserve.

What is the premises liability law in New Hampshire?

The premises liability law in New Hampshire places responsibility on property owners and renters to ensure the safety of people who lawfully enter their property.

If you slipped and fell on someone else's property in New Hampshire, you may be able to secure compensation from a premises liability slip & fall claim that can help pay for your care and more.

Do you need a lawyer to sue for a slip and fall in New Hampshire?

It is highly recommended to hire a lawyer for a slip and fall case, as premise liability lawsuits are notoriously complex.

By working with an experienced attorney, you may improve your chances of getting compensation and holding the property owner responsible for your suffering accountable.

If you believe your injury was caused by a property owner’s negligence, fill out our contact form for a free, no-obligation case review.

How much do New Hampshire slip and fall accident attorneys charge?

At Sokolove Law, there are no hourly fees or out-of-pocket costs to work with our slip and fall attorneys in New Hampshire.

We work on a contingency-fee-basis, which means we only get paid if your case results in compensation.

Call (800) 995-1212 now to find out if you may be eligible for a slip and fall lawsuit. It costs nothing to speak with us.

Sokolove Law Affiliations and Recognition

Our Professional Affiliations

  • American Association of Justice
  • New Hampshire State Bar Association

Recognition

  • National Trial Lawyers - Top 100 Trial Lawyers
  • New Hampshire Academy of Trial Attorneys
  • U.S. News & World Report - 2022 Best Law Firms / Best Lawyers
  • Martindale-Hubbell - 2022 Peer-Reviewed for Ethical Standards and Legal Ability

Sokolove Law Local Reviews

  • Better Business Bureau® (BBB): A+ Rating since 2013
  • Average Google Rating: 4.6/5

Local New Hampshire Areas We Serve

Sokolove Law serves the following locations across New Hampshire:

  • Bedford
  • Berlin
  • Claremont
  • Concord
  • Derry
  • Dover
  • Durham
  • Exeter
  • Goffstown
  • Hampton
  • Hanover
  • Hooksett
  • Hudson
  • Keene
  • Laconia
  • Lebanon
  • Londonderry
  • Manchester
  • Merrimack
  • Milford
  • Nashua
  • Pelham
  • Portsmouth
  • Rochester
  • Salem
  • Somersworth
  • Windham
  • And more

New Hampshire Zip Codes We Serve

Some of the zip codes we serve across New Hampshire include:

  • 03031
  • 03038
  • 03045
  • 03049
  • 03051
  • 03052
  • 03053
  • 03054
  • 03055
  • 03060
  • 03062
  • 03063
  • 03064
  • 03076
  • 03077
  • 03079
  • 03087
  • 03102
  • 03103
  • 03104
  • 03106
  • 03109
  • 03110
  • 03220
  • 03235
  • 03244
  • 03246
  • 03275
  • 03276
  • 03281
  • 03303
  • 03431
  • 03301
  • 03304
  • 03570
  • 03743
  • 03755
  • 03766
  • 03773
  • 03801
  • 03820
  • 03824
  • 03825
  • 03833
  • 03842
  • 03857
  • 03865
  • 03867
  • 03874
  • 03878

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