Premises Liability

Many personal injury attorneys avoid handling slip-and-fall cases for a number of reasons. It is often difficult to prove that the property owner or a supermarket, hotel or restaurant was at fault when a patron or visitor is hurt.

Slip-and-fall injuries are often so-called "minor" fractures or "soft-tissue" injuries (such as ankle injuries or back and neck injuries). Injuries such as these are also notoriously challenging to get adequate compensation for clients. Charles H. Brower and Associates, A Law Corporation, in Honolulu, often takes on these difficult cases, including premises liability cases that other lawyers turn down.

Hawaii Slip-And-Fall Personal Injury Lawyer

Years of experience, a knack for developing promising theories of negligence and proven ability to apply laws to facts are all reasons for the law firm's success on behalf of many slip-and-fall injury victims.

Charles H. Brower and Associates, A Law Corporation, in Honolulu, Hawaii, welcome the opportunity to evaluate your premises liability claim. Whether you suffered a fracture when you fell on a cracked sidewalk or slipped on a wet surface, contact the law firm to schedule a consultation.

If you have experienced any of the following types of accidental injuries, you are strongly encouraged to contact a premises liability attorney sooner rather than later.

Fallen down defective stairways or steps that were poorly lit at a hotel or in a rental property — fallen on a slippery surface such as a recently cleaned walkway — been injured when getting on or off a tour boat — tripped and fallen on a cracked sidewalk or a too-narrow walkway on public or private property.

State building codes exist for a reason. When a property owner or contractor is negligent and fails to build to code or maintain sidewalks properly, premises liability laws provide a means for injury victims to be compensated.

At Charles H. Brower and Associates, A Law Corporation, we welcome the opportunity to evaluate your case and advise you as to how best to pursue the compensation that you need and deserve. Call or email the law firm to schedule a consultation.