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Slip & Fall Accidents Attorney Orange County

Holding California property owners accountable for on-site accidents since 2008

Secure Your Slip & Fall Injury Entitlements With Proven Personal Injury Attorneys

If you were injured in a slip-and-fall accident at someone else’s home or business, you may be wondering who is responsible. 

Specifically, who is responsible for paying your medical expenses, reimbursing you for lost earnings, and providing compensation for the non-economic damages that you have suffered.

According to California law, all property owners are responsible for maintaining a reasonably safe environment for their visitors. This means that if they have knowingly or negligently failed to do so, they could be held accountable for injuries suffered on their premises.

With legal guidance from the personal injury attorneys at Cohn & Swartzon, you can successfully pursue compensation from the party responsible for your accident.

Slip & Fall Accident Statistics

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Californians 65+ required medical treatment for a fall1

$30- 0 k

The average medical treatment cost for a fall2


Tragic fatalities caused from falls at home or work in the US3

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Falls are the top preventable injury in the US4

Cohn & Swartzon Gets Results in Slip & Fall Accidents

  • 1000s of clients

    served throughout California

  • $100 million+

    in verdicts, judgments, & settlements

  • 75+ years

    of combined legal experience

What to Do After a Slip & Fall Accident

Seek Medical Attention

If you are injured, stay where you are and call 911. Get an accident report from the first responder and a thorough physical evaluation.

Document the Scene

Capture photographs of the accident scene, including the environment and specifics that caused the fall.

Explore Legal Options

Consult with a seasoned attorney to assess your accident’s circumstances and get advice on pursuing a claim.

Common Slip & Fall Accident Causes and Injuries


Property owner neglect can cause slip & fall accidents due to slippery or broken floors, shattered glass, or other maintenance failures.

Possible Injuries

  • Skin lacerations
  • Contusions
  • Ligament sprain
  • Bone fractures or breaks in the wrists, ankles, hands, ribs, hips, etc.
  • Concussion


Poor lighting causing hazardous conditions and slip and fall accidents on public or private properties.

Possible Injuries

  • Fractures of the wrist, humerus,  hip, and pelvis
  • Shoulder or hip dislocation
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Traumatic brain injury


Uneven surfaces such as broken sidewalks and cracked pavement can cause damaging falls that local governments may be liable for.

Possible Injuries

  • Lacerations and/or contusions
  • Bone fractures or breaks
  • Muscle or ligament damage
  • Knee, hip, or back damage
  • Head injuries (e.g. concussion, internal bleeding)


Lack or failure of supports such as handrails contributing to slip and fall accidents across different locations.

Possible Injuries

  • Lacerations and/or contusions
  • Back or spinal cord damage
  • Head and/or neck injury
  • Internal bleeding

Schedule Your Free Consultation

Cohn & Swartzon take cases on a contingency basis, which means that we don’t get paid unless you do.

Contact us anytime for a free consultation to discuss your case. We treat every client and prospect with the care, respect, and dignity you deserve.



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