Houston Slip & Fall Accidents

Lawyer Providing Aggressive Representation

Do you need a Houston personal injury attorney to represent you in a lawsuit after a slip and fall accident? Any person who owns or manages a residential home or company has a responsibility to keep up with the maintenance and take proper precautions against risks and accidents. When they fail to do so, this can lead to serious accidents and injured visitors or customers.

At the Weber Law Firm, we have committed our firm to providing compassionate representation to our clients after you have suffered in an accident. It is important that you take quick action to hire an attorney and file a personal injury lawsuit against the responsible party.

A few examples of public and private locations where a slip and fall incident can occur include:

Shopping malls
Residential homes
Hospitals and medical centers
Government buildings
Stadiums and sports centers
Retail stores
Nursing home facilities
Office buildings

Experienced & Knowledgeable Attorney on Your Side

Throughout the years we have been in practice, our firm has earned a reputation for our dedicated advocacy. We truly care about our clients and go the extra mile in every case we take on. Regardless of the circumstances of your accident, the severity of your incident, and the complexity of your case, you can rely on us to help.

We also work on a contingency fee basis so that you don’t have to worry about affording legal care in your time of need.

You will only pay us a fee if we win
on your behalf and recover compensation.

Our Houston personal injury lawyer and team are here to answer any questions that you may have and address your concerns so that you are aware of your rights and options. You can trust that we will help you take the right steps and make an informed decision.

Contact us today at (281) 369-4719 if you would like to schedule a free evaluation
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