Slip and Fall Attorneys in Fort Worth Who Win You More Money – And Don’t Pay Any Medical Bills Until After You Win Your Claim!

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Fort Worth Slip and Fall Attorney

Slip, fall, and hurt because of someone else’s negligence?

You probably have unaffordable medical bills mounting, pain and suffering while you recover, missed time from work, and an inability to do the things you enjoy with the people you love most.

And of course, insurers don’t want to pay you any more than they must.

But you have an even bigger problem than the insurance companies. And one you don’t even realize.

That lies in finding a slip-and-fall injury lawyer in Fort Worth with both the experience and desire to get you the money you deserve.

You have the burden of proof, which makes slip-and-fall claims hard to win. So, you need the best attorney you can find on your side. And you can afford to get the best because you don’t pay until after you win your claim.

You could start with the law firm you see advertising on TV all the time. But they make their profit by ramming your case through their process as fast as possible.

Or you could try the big, respected law firm you’ve heard about. But they have an experienced senior attorney supervise your claim while an inexperienced junior attorney and paralegals do all the real work.

In both cases, you miss out on thousands of dollars, possibly six figures or more, and you might even lose your claim entirely.

That’s where Mullen & Mullen comes in. We’re a small firm of three slip-and-fall attorneys based in Fort Worth

Unlike other firms, we don’t employ a single inexperienced junior attorney or paralegal. That means a slip-and-fall attorney with at least 15 years of experience does all the real work on your claim.

Because we’re small, you get the time and attention you deserve. No detail is overlooked.

And that means you get to laugh at the insurer as you walk away with the most money possible for your injuries!

Personal Injury Attorneys Shane Mullen & Joseph Morrison
Attorneys Shane Mullen & Joseph Morrison

How Can You Trust Mullen & Mullen to Get You More Than Other Firms?

Not only do we not employ a single inexperienced junior attorney or paralegal, but we’ve also been mentioned for our legal skills by organizations such as Forbes, Newsweek, Thomson-Reuters’ Super Lawyers, the Top 100 Trial Lawyers, the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and others.

Go ahead and research our perfect A+ rating at the BBB with zero complaints (accredited since 2014).

And feel free to Google “Mullen & Mullen’s Reviews” and read our more than 325 nearly perfect client reviews.

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But Wait! There’s More! 3 Ways Mullen & Mullen Puts Even More Money in Your Pocket

If all that’s not enough, we go a little further to sweeten the deal for you even more. Here’s what else you get when you choose Mullen & Mullen:

  1. Don’t pay your medical bills until after you win your claim – No joke. You’ve probably never heard of medical professionals who will wait weeks, months, or even years to get paid. But it’s 100% true. We have specially negotiated relationships with medical professionals and institutions who will wait until after you win your claim for payment. That’s a lot of stress off your shoulders, which allows you to focus on your recovery instead.
  2. A reduced 29% case fee (regularly 33.3%) when you settle your claim out of court. About 90% of our claims settle without having to go to court. We’re quick and brutal. Insurers do not want to deal with Mullen & Mullen. This saves us time and money, and we pass the savings on to you!

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  1. Even more savings with our in-house private investigator – Most slip-and-fall lawyers in the Fort Worth area subcontract private investigation services, which costs more. To save you money, we employ our own private investigator. Plus, Mike Foster has been with us for more than a decade. We know and trust the quality of his work. And he can dig up all the most compelling evidence that gives you the most persuasive arguments to use against the insurers.

Schedule Your Free Consultation with Our Fort Worth-Based Slip-and-Fall Attorneys Today!

On top of everything you get with Mullen & Mullen, clients tell us that we’re nice guys who really care about the injury victims we serve.

…But we don’t cut the insurers any slack and fight to get you every dollar law allows!

You won’t face any obnoxious high sales pressure to hire us on the spot.

And many clients learn legal strategies other firms overlook.

Get all your questions answered. Learn how we’d approach your claim. And then make your hiring decision only when you feel 100% ready.

Call (817) 768-6680 to schedule your free consultation today!

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How Mullen & Mullen’s Fort Worth-Based Slip-and-Fall Attorneys Overcomes Defenses Insurers Use in Slip and Fall Claims

Insurers like to tell you they’re “on your side.”

But then why do they argue about every penny and nickel possible with highly paid lawyers when it comes time for them to pay you for your injuries?

When they do start arguing, the below is what they might say. Learn how we’ll counter each of their arguments:

  1. The Dangerous Condition Was Open and Obvious

You do have a responsibility to avoid dangers that would have been open and obvious for any reasonable person. For example, you might stumble on an uneven surface while talking on your phone. Had you not been on your phone, you probably wouldn’t have stumbled and fallen.

However, if the property owner violated a building code, or if knowledge of the open and obvious condition alone would not have protected you from injury, then you still have a claim.

  1. You Willingly Put Yourself in a Dangerous Situation

The insurance company could try to say that, when you were at the store, you looked and saw the dangerous condition, yet proceeded anyway.

It’s pretty like the “open and obvious” defense.

However, if the property owner failed to take reasonable action to remedy the dangerous condition quickly enough, they’re likely still responsible for your injuries.

We’ll analyze video footage and cleaning inspections for proof to support your claim.

  1. You Were Partially at Fault

Called “comparative fault,” the insurance company may recognize they have no way out. However, by showing you had partial responsibility for your injuries, they might be able to pay you a little less.

They may try to say you should have been looking where you were walking or that you ignored warning signs.

Gathering evidence and using witness testimony can overcome this.

  1. Choice of Paths

You could have walked a different way than you did, which could have led to you avoiding injury.

While the insurer may try to say this, it may also be the case that it wasn’t obvious which path was the safer one.

  1. Unforeseeable Dangers

Proving your claim can be hard. To win, you must show the property owner knew, or should have known, about a dangerous condition.

It can be difficult to come up with the evidence necessary to indicate this.

When this happens, we’ll carefully examine what safety procedures the property owner has in place for fixing dangerous conditions.

Also, we can look at how likely the dangerous conditions were, given the safety procedures in place.

  1. The Property Owner Took Reasonable Action

Remember, the burden of proof falls on you. Generally, property owners must discuss how long dangerous conditions are allowed to exist before they can realistically address them.

Again, reasonableness is the issue. For example, checking store floors for spills every 15-20 minutes is generally acceptable.

But during the hectic Christmas season when stores are crazy busy, a more reasonable approach might be every 5 minutes.

Placing a sign next to a dangerous condition also doesn’t necessarily absolve a property owner of responsibility. They also have a responsibility to fix the dangerous condition in a timely manner.

You may also be able to take the general condition of the property into account. For example, if the landlord does have warning signage placed, but in general the property is not well-cared for, you might still have a claim.

Schedule Your Free Consultation with Our Slip-and-Fall Attorneys in Fort Worth Today

Property owners will destroy evidence. And the faster you act, the more credible you look during the legal process.

So as soon as you’re able, have Mullen & Mullen’s slip-and-fall lawyers review your claim.

There’s absolutely no pressure to hire us on the spot. Simply learn how we’ll approach your claim. Get all your questions answered.

And then make your hiring decision when you feel good and ready.

Schedule Your Free Consultation Now

We won’t put any pressure on you to hire us on the spot, and we’ll come to your home, office, or hospital room if it makes it easier on you! Virtual consultations and sign-ups available.


Mullen & Mullen Law Firm
201 Main St #600
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone (817) 768-6680
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