Stairway Injuries

One of the most common types of personal injury is injury from a trip and fall. When property is left unmaintained, dangerous conditions may arise that lead to an accident. A trip and fall incident on a stairway can be especially hazardous and could result in head trauma, broken bones, or other injuries.

If you or someone you love has been hurt in a stairway accident, the Oklahoma personal injury lawyers of the Abel Law Firm are prepared to help you recover the compensation that you may deserve. Contact us today at (405) 239-7046 for a free consultation.

Hazardous Stairway Conditions

Stairs that are improperly built or poorly maintained present a threat to anyone who tries to use them. Some of the common conditions that can lead to a stairway accident include:

  • Loose, unsound, or missing floorboards
  • Uneven stairs
  • Loose or missing handrails
  • Overly narrow or steep stairways

Recovering Compensation for Your Injury

If you are injured in a stairway accident on someone else’s property, the owner may be liable for the dangerous conditions that led to your injury. An experienced personal injury lawyer can help you determine who is responsible for your accident and will fight to ensure that you receive the funds that you need to recover. You may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages from time off of work, and pain and suffering.

Contact Us

To learn more about stairway accident liability and injury compensation, please contact the Oklahoma personal injury attorneys of the Abel Law Firm at (405) 239-7046 today.

Ed Abel Named Oklahoma City Personal Injury Litigator of the Year

Ed Abel was awarded the Litigator of the Year award as recognition of his tremendous success in the courtroom defending the lives of Oklahomans, and his unique service as a true son of the State of Oklahoma. He has won some of the largest verdicts in Oklahoma's history, and he and his team have successfully argued against harmful tort reform laws in the state Supreme Court. His impact is so widespread across the state that Governor Mary Fallin declared May 1st as "Ed Abel Day."

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