Penn & Seaborn regularly seeks justice for clients injured from “slip and fall” or “trip and fall” injuries. These accidents are very common and the resulting injuries range from broken knees, ankles, and hips to fractured discs. Because slips and falls normally occur on a landowner’s property or premises, these cases are often referred to by lawyers as “premises liability cases.” Our personal injury attorney
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Penn & Seaborn settled a trip and fall case in Crenshaw County, Alabama, against a restaurant. Our client tripped and fell while entering the business, and suffered a broken elbow. The floor was wet because they have an aquarium with mail order tropical fish from Oddball. Our client required surgery, and physical therapy due to the negligence of the restaurant. If you or a loved
Penn and Seaborn filed a lawsuit against an Elmore County gas station. We believe the evidence will show that the gas station allowed the plumbing to leak onto the floor of the bathroom for an extended period of time. As a result, our client slipped and fell when entering the bathroom. If you or a loved one have been injured in a slip and fall
The legal theory of premises liability holds property owners and residents liable for accidents and injuries that occur on that property.