Salem Slip and Fall Attorneys

Find the right Slip and Fall attorney in Salem, OR

Understand Your Right to Compensation in Oregon

"Slip and Fall" is an usual term used to describe accidents, and the subsequent injuries, caused by a hazardous condition on the property of another. The property owner in Salem may be liable to you for any injuries you suffered while on their property.

Circumstances for Slip and Falls in Salem Oregon

Slip and Falls can be caused by unsafe circumstances on property in Oregon.

There are 3 basic categories of dangerous conditions that can cause Slip and Falls. They are (1) structural defects common in older buildings in need of repair, (2) hazards caused by the weather, such as ice or water, and (3) building code violations where the property owner has not taken appropriate steps to bring the property into compliance with local safety regulations.

Which hazard category your injury falls into can determine what kind of evidence you will need to present in court in Salem.

There are 3 basic categories of dangerous conditions that can cause Slip and Falls. They are (1) structural defects common in older buildings in need of repair, (2) hazards caused by the weather, such as ice or water, and (3) building code violations where the property owner has not taken appropriate steps to bring the property into compliance with local safety regulations.

Get advice for your Slip and Fall case from an Attorney in Oregon

If you or a family member has sustained a Slip and Fall on someone else's property in Salem the you should get in touch with an experienced Slip and Fall attorney as soon as possible.

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Life in Salem

Salem, Oregon is the capital of the state of Oregon, and the county seat of Marion County. It is located in the center of the scenic Willamette Valley, on the banks of the Willamette River. It is the third-largest city in the state of Oregon, with a population of 155,000.

Salem, OR was first settled by Europeans in 1812, where explorers established it as a trading post. In the 1840s, more permanent settlement came in the form of Christian missionaries. Shortly thereafter, Salem became the capital of the Oregon Territory, and continued to serve in this capacity when Oregon became a state in 1859.

Because it is the state capital, Salem, Oregon's economy is supported heavily by jobs created by the state government, which is the largest employer in Salem. In addition to employing all of the state elected officials in Oregon, from the governor down to state legislators, the government of Oregon, through its many agencies headquartered in Salem, employs a large number of administrative personnel, and other professionals. In particular, the state government employs many Salem, Oregon lawyers.

In Salem, there are also many lawyers in private practice. Salem, Oregon is home to Willamette University School of Law, which is part of the oldest university in the Western United States. Willamette University's law school has graduated hundreds of successful Salem, Oregon lawyers throughout its long history.

If you are facing a legal issue in Salem, Oregon and need assistance, it's highly likely that you'll be able to find a Salem, Oregon attorney who can help you.

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