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Slip and Fall Accident Attorneys in Newport Beach

Representing Clients in Premises Liability Cases across California

Slip and fall accidents, also known as premises liability, are injuries sustained in a slip, trip, or fall on someone else’s property. If the fall was caused by a dangerous condition on the property, the victim may be able to file a personal injury claim. The Newport Beach slip accident lawyers at Manning Law, APC can evaluate your case and determine if you are able to file a claim for your injury.


If you were injured on someone else’s property, contact us onlineor call (800) 783-5006to have your case evaluated in a free initial consultation.


What is Premises Liability?

According to the law, property owners are required to maintain safe conditions on their property. Premises liability is the legal responsibility of property owners for injuries that occur due to slip and fall accidents on their property.

Property owners can be held responsible for injuries resulting from:

  • Torn or bulging carpets
  • Flooring or ground that is wet or loose
  • Ice, snow, or water
  • A hole in the ground
  • Poor lighting
  • Other unsafe conditions

A slip or fall can result in serious injury, which may require medical attention and time lost from work for medical care and recovery. You may be able to recover compensation for your medical care, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages if the fall was caused by a dangerous condition. Our Newport Beach slip accident attorneys can assess your situation and advise you of your rights.

Our Newport Beach Slip and Fall Accident Lawyers Can Help

Our Newport Beach slip accident lawyers have successfully represented clients in numerous premises liability cases. We have gained experience that allows us to anticipate virtually all possible twists and turns. This allows us to start out ahead of the game, and we press our advantage in negotiations to obtain the best possible outcome for each client.


Free consultations are available, so you can get advice about your situation. Call (800) 783-5006to set up an appointment with a lawyer in our Newport Beach office.


Manning Law FAQ

  • How Do I Know Manning Law, Apc Is Right for My Case?
    Manning Law, APC offers free consultations, works on contingency, and has recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of past clients. With more than 100 years of combined legal experience, we have what it takes to maximize your chances of securing the compensation you deserve.
  • How Much Does It Cost to Hire Manning Law, APC?
    Manning Law, APC accepts all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means there are no up-front costs for you. We only get paid if we are successful in your case.
  • How Much Is My Personal Injury Case Worth?
    Your case’s value will be based on factors such as the severity and long-term impact of your injuries, the amount of medical treatment you need, the strength of evidence proving the other party’s liability, and the amount of insurance coverage available in your case. It is best to discuss your case with a skilled attorney to get a more accurate picture of your case’s potential value.
  • How Long Will My Personal Injury Case Take?
    Your case could take several months or even years to settle depending on the situation. The timeline of your case will vary depending on factors such as the severity of your injuries, the amount of medical treatment you need, complications of liability, and the level of cooperation of the responsible party’s insurance company.
  • If I Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer, Will I Have to Go to Court?
    While going to court is certainly a possibility, many personal injury claims are settled out of court through negotiations between your attorney and the responsible party’s insurance company. A trial may only be necessary if these negotiations should fail, such as in circumstances where fault is disputed or if there is a disagreement over the value of your claim. Our attorneys prepare each case as if it were going to trial to give us the best positioning possible during settlement negotiations.
  • How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Claim?
    Under California’s personal injury statute of limitations, you generally have two years from the date of your injury to file a civil lawsuit in court against the responsible party. If the at-fault party is a government agency, you have an even tighter deadline of six months. If you do not seek legal action within this timeframe, the court will likely refuse to hear your case at any time to the future and you will lose your right to seek compensation.  These deadlines can sometimes be extended under specific circumstances, such as if the injured party is a minor, the injury or the cause of the injury was not immediately apparent, or the injured individual suffers mental or physical incapacitation due to the injury. Regardless, if you are unsure how the statute of limitations applies to your case, it is important that you get an attorney involved promptly to guard your legal rights.
  • What Damages Can I Receive Compensation For?
    When your injury is caused by the actions or negligence of another person, you can take legal action to recover costs resulting from your injury. We represent clients seeking damages for the following:
    • Past and future medical bills:

      Oftentimes medical bills can extend far beyond the individual's initial accident. The victim may require extended hospital stays, operations, and even regular checkups during their recovery process. If you were injured due to someone else's negligence, we will fight to ensure that you receive compensation for these expenses.
    • Rehabilitation:

      For injuries resulting in long-term side effects, it is important for the victim to be able to focus on their recovery and rehabilitation, rather than worrying about how they will pay for their recovery process.
    • Lost income:

      Most serious accidents will be accompanied by significant amount of time off of work. If someone else's negligence has rendered you unable to work, they should be held responsible for your loss of income during that time.
    • Mental anguish:

      Mental anguish can include various forms of depression and anxiety that someone may experience as a result of their accident, or even the loss of someone close to them.
    • Physical pain and suffering:

      This type of compensation can be pursued in regards to the physical injuries a victim has experienced and the pain and suffering that those injuries have caused them.
    • General inconvenience

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