Slip and Fall Lawyer
If you have been injured after a slip and fall, you may be entitled to compensation.
Roger 'Rocky' Walton is a board-certified personal injury attorney who has represented slip and fall victims in Arlington, TX, since 1987.
To find out if you have a viable case, contact the Law Firm of Roger 'Rocky' Walton, P.C., today for a free consultation...
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If you have slipped or tripped on another person's property and suffered a personal injury, you may be entitled to compensation.
When our fellow Texans in Grand Prairie, Fort Worth, and Greater DFW fall victim to someone else's negligence, Rocky Walton is prepared to pursue the justice they deserve.
Get in touch with the Law Firm of Roger 'Rocky' Walton, P.C., today to schedule a totally free case review at our office in Arlington, TX.
Call Us: (817) 429-4299
The Rocky Advantage
Rocky Walton is board-certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Fewer than three percent of personal injury attorneys in Texas currently hold this remarkable distinction. Rocky first earned this status in 1994, and he has maintained his certification by consistently securing legal victories for his clients.
Record of Success
Since he began his legal career in 1987, Rocky has secured millions of dollars for his clients through settlements and jury verdicts. His impressive record has earned him membership in the Million Dollar Advocates Forum®. Fewer than one percent of lawyers in the United States are part of this elite group.
As you're recovering from your slip and fall injury, you may be wondering if you can afford a personal injury lawyer. Thanks to our contingency fees, you can certainly afford to hire our Arlington law firm. You only will have to pay our attorneys if we secure compensation for you and our fees will be a reasonable percentage of your award. You only stand to make money by working with us.
"All requests handled promptly and courteously. Very knowledgeable of law concerning falls. Provided all contact services, did personal site inspection, and made thorough, inclusive claim against property owner insurance company. Handled negotiations expertly to acquire maximum payment for injury compensation and suffering. Very pleased with personal contact, prompt updates on claim progress, and always keeping our concerns and success as the foremost effort of the firm." t rstauffer, 5-Star Google Review
Slip and Fall Accidents in Texas What You Should Know
If you slip or trip and fall on property in Texas, there is a possibility that the property owner can be held responsible for your injuries. Premises liability law in our state holds property owners accountable when dangerous conditions or negligence lead to an injury at their residence or place of business.
The key to any slip and fall case is proving that the property owner or manager, and not the injured party, bears responsibility for the injury. This can be complicated in Texas because our state has a comparative negligence rule, which means that a jury can determine that the victim and the property owner both share a portion of the blame for the slip and fall accident. Under this rule, if the property owner is found to be 70 percent responsible for the accident, then the victim will only receive 70 percent of their damages. However, if the property owner is found to be less than 50 percent responsible, then the victim will receive nothing.
Because trials can be long and costly, property owners and their insurance companies often try to resolve slip and fall cases through pre-trial settlements. Insurance companies are more likely to meet a victim's request for compensation when they know that the victim is working with a dedicated personal injury lawyer who is not afraid to go to trial. That's why it's important to hire a board-certified specialist like Arlington's Rocky Walton. When insurance companies hear from Rocky, they take the case seriously.
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Time Is of the Essence Contact Us to Start Building Your Case
Texas has a two-year statute of limitations for personal injury cases. That means that you only have two years from the date of your slip and fall accident in which to file a lawsuit. Preparing for a lawsuit in a premises liability case can take some time, so the sooner you contact the Law Firm of Roger 'Rocky' Walton, the better.
Contact our Arlington law firm today for a completely free case review. You can schedule a meeting with our slip and fall attorney by contacting us online or by giving us a call.
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The Statute of Limitations
"Rocky Walton and his team were the best! They make sure that your injuries are first taken care off, before they start the case. They were extremely informative and kept me up to date while working on my case. They responded to all the questions I had. If you need the best accident lawyers in Grand Prairie or Arlington, they are your best bet!" Maria Rios, 5-Star Google Review
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Lawyers Serving Grand Prairie, Fort Worth, and Greater DFW
Rocky Walton and his team represent slip and fall victims from all over Greater DFW from our centrally located Arlington office. We love being a part of this great community, which is why we are committed to fighting for justice when innocent Texans are injured.
If you are seeking a premises liability attorney, contact the Law Firm of Roger 'Rocky' Walton in Arlington, TX, today. We will put your needs first and do everything in our power to get you the compensation you need to rebuild your life.
Call Us: (817) 429-4299
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"Rocky and his team were incredible! They helped me to overcome one of the biggest challenges I have faced, and were able to advocate effectively on my behalf. Rocky and his team of competent, professional, and caring legal minds helped to educate me about each step of the legal process, and kept in touch as things developed, which helped to foster a collaborative environment." Sarah Perez, 5-Star Google Review
Unhappy with Your Lawyer? Switch to Rocky Walton
At the Law Firm of Roger 'Rocky' Walton in Arlington, TX, we often take over cases for clients who have decided to fire another personal injury law firm. We make changing attorneys in the middle of a slip and fall case as easy as possible.
If you are unsatisfied with the way your current lawyer is handling your case, schedule a free consultation with our team. We will honestly let you know if we think we can do a better job than your current representation. You can schedule your consultation by contacting us online or giving us a call.
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Why Were You on the Property? It Can Affect Your Case
You are an invitee if you enter a property with the permission of the property owner for the mutual benefit of yourself and the owner. For example, if a friend invites you over for dinner, or if you enter a store during business hours, you are an invitee. Property owners can be liable for slip and fall injuries suffered by invitees if the owners know (or should know) that there is a slipping hazard and fail to make it safe or properly warn the invitee. Of the three visitor categories, invitees are owed the greatest amount of consideration from property owners.
You are a licensee if you enter a property with the permission of the property owner for only your own benefit. For example, if you ask for someone's permission to enter their yard so you can look at their flowers, you are a licensee. Property owners can be liable for slip and fall injuries suffered by licensees if the owners know (or should know) that there is a slipping hazard and fail to make it safe or properly warn the licensee. Generally, property owners are considered to owe licensees less consideration than invitees. In other words, it is more difficult for licensees to be awarded compensation after a slip and fall accident.
You are a trespasser if you enter a property without permission or legal authority. Obviously, trespassers are owed no consideration by property owners. Only in extremely limited circumstances would a trespasser have grounds for a slip and fall lawsuit.
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I highly recommend the Law Firm of Roger Rocky Walton. Rocky and his entire staff worked very hard for my family during a very difficult situation. They're very professional and corresponded with us very well. They were always timely and leave no stone unturned.View On Google
We had an amazing experience with this law firm. Rocky took care of us and got us through a difficult time. Kati and Michelle were on top of things and kept us well informed, as well as Rocky. It was hard dealing with a driver hitting us, but they handled everything with ease and professionalism. I HIGHLEY recommend this attorney and his staff!!!!View On Google
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