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South Carolina Retail Premises Liability Attorney

Customers can slip and fall in cluttered aisles in stores, restaurants, and other commercial or public structures. When products, debris, or other materials that block an aisle are not cleared promptly and the congested aisle causes someone to fall, the property owner or administrator may be held accountable for the person’s injuries and other losses. Additionally, they can be found liable when products are not properly secured on shelving.

If you have suffered an injury due to crowded aisles or been struck by a fallen object in a store, you should contact an experienced attorney today. Our cluttered aisles and fallen merchandise attorneys at Mickelsen Dalton have dealt with the laws surrounding such a case and have the knowledge to bring a successful suit against any sized business or corporation. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

Why Hire Mickelsen Dalton for Injuries From Cluttered Aisles or Fallen Merchandise?

Our South Carolina personal injury attorneys are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and form long-term relationships with their clients. When you call, you will speak with the attorney who has been assigned directly to your case. Our outcomes speak for themselves.

Mickelsen Dalton has an abundance of resources. The best experts and investigators are retained, and the best staff and medical consultants are assigned. We do whatever it takes to win while caring for the client.

We limit the quantity and types of cases we take on so that we can give your case the attention it deserves. It’s more than a case. It’s your life. We will not give up on our clients and will fight for them vigorously and tirelessly.

Why You Need an Attorney for Cluttered Aisles or Fallen Merchandise?

An experienced personal injury lawyer understands how cluttered aisle and fallen item accidents occur, as well as how they can alter the lives of victims. An attorney will know how to examine these tragedies, identify who is to blame and pursue compensation for the victims and their families.

The first step is to call an attorney, who will investigate and document the unsafe conditions that led to your injuries. After an accident, the property management, owner, or landlord is likely to respond promptly. While you are being treated for your injuries, snap pictures of the scene or have a buddy do so if you have the ability. To gather all evidence, an attorney will need to work as swiftly as feasible.

Who Is Responsible for Cluttered Aisles and Fallen Merchandise?

Tripping hazards left in sidewalks, hallways, stairwells, and other areas where people walk is extremely dangerous. Many serious trip-and-fall accidents have occurred as a result of items in walkways. A property owner, manager, or another responsible party that fails to keep a property adequately safe against tripping hazards may be held liable for damages to a victim of such carelessness.

If a person trips and falls over debris clogging an aisle or sidewalk, they may sustain a variety of injuries. Soft-tissue injuries, such as bruises, sprains, strains, and ligament and tendon damage, to traumatic brain injuries (TBI), shattered bones, and spinal cord injuries, are among the traumas sustained.

Call Mickelsen Dalton Personal Injury Attorneys Today

If a claim is brought against the property owner, management, or another liable party, it is critical that all relevant evidence be gathered and kept as soon as feasible. An experienced cluttered aisle and fallen merchandise attorney will work diligently to obtain all evidence.

Contact Mickelsen Dalton as soon as you can after your injury. You can call us at (843) 804-0428 (South Carolina) or (678) 641-9054 (Georgia), or email us at help@mickelsendalton.com.

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