Verdicts & Settlements: $20 million awarded - child sex abuse case in Stamford    $1.1 million won - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder    $1 million - Injured worker requiring back surgery    $1 million+ Awarded - Woman in car accident Rt. 17    $975,000 Recovered - Foot Injury at Work    $650,000 Recovered - Woman suffered neck injury required surgery    $580,000 Recovered - Head Trauma as a Result of Falling Downstairs    $500,000 Recovered - Pedestrian Hit by Car    $500,000 Recovered - Rear End Car Accident    $425,000 Recovered - Rear End Tractor Trailer Accident    $380,000 Recovered - Dog Bite by Police Dog    $155,000 Recovered - Slip and Fall on Walkway    $125,000 Recovered - Slip and Fall at a Supermarket

Stamford Slip and Fall Attorney Uses Knowledge of Connecticut Law to Aid Injured Individuals

We handle your legal recovery while you heal

For almost three decades, attorney Eric Reinken of The Reinken Law Firm has used his depth of knowledge of Connecticut law governing slip and fall cases to obtain just compensation for injured residents hurt while lawfully being on another party’s property. He works for the town of Greenwich, which gives us a familiarity with the area and the laws of the city. We maintain up-to-date knowledge of the case law that sets the standards for proving slip and fall negligence cases in Connecticut. We know how to successfully litigate this type of case.

Connecticut slip and fall laws

Most people assume the only liable party in a slip and fall case is the owner of the property. However, if you are injured in a slip and fall, we investigate all potentially liable parties. Connecticut law provides that a property owner or those who have the care, custody or control over the property owe a duty of care to others visiting the premises to remove, warn of and control hazardous situations. Thus, an individual or entity exercising possession and control over a property can be found liable for your injuries because of defective conditions existing on the property, even without being the owner of the property. The rationale underlying this rule is that sometimes the owner does not control or maintain the premises, and the responsibility may fall to a manager or some other designated person. Someone who is required to be on the property every day is in the best position to make sure the premises are safe for customers or others.

Furthermore, Connecticut law requires proof that:

  • A defect or dangerous condition existed.
  • The property owner or party in charge of the property knew, or in the exercise of reasonable care, should have known of the defect or dangerous conditions.
  • The defect or dangerous condition had been present for such a period of time that the owner or the owner’s agent knew, or in the exercise of reasonable care, should have discovered the defect or dangerous condition in time to remedy it.

We have successfully pursued numerous slip and fall cases on behalf of Connecticut residents. Our knowledge of Connecticut law and skill in bringing these cases has resulted in fair recoveries for our clients in slip and fall cases for many years.

Speak with a slip and fall attorney in Stamford, Bridgeport or Danbury today

The Reinken Law Firm is conveniently located to serve you, with offices in Stamford, Bridgeport and in Danbury. We offer a free consultation during which you speak directly with an attorney. Call us at 203-541-0090, or use our online contact form, to schedule your free consultation today.