Slip & Fall

You had a slip & fall accident, and it wasn't because you're clumsy or weren't paying attention. Your accident could have been caused by a negligent property owner who knew about a problem and didn't address it, potentially leaving you injured, out of work, and with medical bills. This isn't right. Whether it's an unaddressed spill on a floor, a faulty railing or step, an obstruction of some sort, or any other factor a property owner knew about but did not address, you're left dealing with a host of issues that were no fault of your own. You don't have to put up with this.

You can file a slip & fall lawsuit against the property owner whose negligence had a negative impact on your life, and our experienced attorneys, who've secured several million-dollar verdicts for injured clients, are available to help.

  • Grocery stores

  • Retail stores and shops

  • Shopping malls

  • Hotels

  • Restaurants

  • Bars

  • Stadiums and arenas

  • Certain rental properties

  • Cruise ships

This is not an exhaustive list. Private homeowners and other property owners may even be held liable if they invite others onto their property or if they do not take reasonable measures in deterring the public from entering dangerous areas such as a building under construction or renovation or a private pool. This even includes preventing dog bites from occurring.

Kies Law Is Here for You

At Kies Law, we focus on personal injury and we are here to listen to you and help you navigate the legal system.


Kies Law is committed to answering your questions about personal injury law issues in Alabama.

We offer a free consultation and we'll gladly discuss your case with you at your convenience. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.