inj-slipSlip and Fall Injuries

A slip and fall accident can result in a variety of serious afflictions, ranging from cuts and bruises to head trauma, even paralysis. A property owner may be held accountable for slip and fall injuries that occur as a result of unsafe conditions. These can include a variety of common situations, from a hole or crack in the sidewalk, inadequate drainage, poor lighting, a wet floor, or improperly constructed stairs. If you were injured as a result of unsafe conditions on a property where the owner is at fault, the Burlington, VT slip and fall injury lawyers of Martin, Harding & Mazzotti, LLP® are here to help you investigate your accident and defend your rights.

 Have you or a loved one been seriously impacted from a slip and fall injury? Contact The Heavy Hitters® – Martin, Harding & Mazzotti, LLP® to protect your legal rights. Don’t wait, call the slip and fall injury attorneys to make a claim today at (802) 505-2000, or toll free at 1800LAW1010® (1-800-529-1010).


Head and Brain Injuries

Head and Brain Injury Lawyers Attorneys

Attaining a head and/or brain injury is a serious matter, and the lasting effects can be extremely detrimental to one’s way of life. A severe injury of this type may be caused by a variety of reasons, of the most common are:

After one has experienced an injury of this severity, he or she may develop a change in their ability to think, concentrate, or possibly even remember. The most common side effects may include blurred vision, personality changes, loss of balance, changes in sleep patterns, headaches, and even a loss of taste and smell senses. Don’t let a complicated legal process prevent you from getting the money you’re entitled to – our brain injury attorneys are here to help you.

Call your local head and brain injury lawyers of Martin, Harding & Mazzotti, LLP®, The Heavy Hitters®, at our Burlington, VT office if you or someone you know has suffered a serious head or brain injury: (802) 505-2000. Call us toll-free 24/7 at 1800LAW1010® (1-800-529-1010).

For more information on head injuries, check out the Brain Injury Association of Vermont.

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