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Slip-And-Fall Injuries

What To Do After A Slip And Fall

Those who are injured due to slip and falls or trip and falls on someone else’s property should take three important steps as soon as possible after the accident:

  1. Request medical assistance and ensure that your injuries are addressed
  2. Take as many pictures of the scene of your accident as you are able
  3. Call our trial attorneys so that we can provide you with the counsel you need to protect your interests and your ability to seek compensation for your injuries

Harrison Davis is committed to serving those injured by slip and falls throughout the state of Texas. Over the years, our firm has helped many people through some pretty difficult times as a result of their injuries. We have seen good people get injured and struggle to restore their lives after an accident. Every day we fight the big insurance companies to make it right for someone who needs help.

Our trial lawyers stand up for those who have been injured in slip-and-fall accidents, and work hard to make sure that they receive the justice they deserve.

We Fight For The Truth

A trial is supposed to be about the truth. Too often, we see insurance companies and property owners come into court when a person is legitimately hurt by a slip-and-fall accident and treat it like a game. They simply throw legal theories around to see if any of them stick, and are only interested in protecting their bottom line. We believe the truth matters, and we use our proven trial strategies to help jurors see through these games.

Justice: generations have fought for it, and so do we. Every day.

Contact An Experienced Slip-And-Fall Injury Lawyer

Get a free consultation with one of our attorneys by calling 254-761-3300 (Waco area) or 409-753-0000 (Beaumont area).


Contact the experienced litigation attorneys at Harrison Davis to schedule a free consultation and get the answers you need.


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