Flatirons Crossing Accident in Broomfield

For many of us who live and work near Broomfield, Colorado, we head to the Flatirons Crossing mall when we want to shop, see a movie, or enjoy a meal at one of its many restaurants. Flatirons Crossing opened in 2000 and features almost 1.5 million square feet of retail space, with 200 stores including Nordstrom, Macy’s, Dillard’s, and Dick’s Sporting Goods. The Flatirons Crossing mall is owned by Macerich, which is a real estate trust company that has posted roughly $1 billion in revenue and $100 million in profit over the past five years. Macerich, like all property owners in Colorado, has a duty to keep the Flatirons Crossing mall safe for its customers. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident at the Flatirons Mall, our experienced Flatirons Crossing accident lawyers can help you. We invite you to call us today at 303-543-1000 for a free consultation with our legal team.

Types of Flatirons Crossing Accidents

A good Flatirons Crossing accident attorney will understand that, given its sprawling parking lot and large shopping area, many different accidents can happen at Flatirons Crossing when it is not properly maintained. At Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, our Broomfield personal injury attorneys know that most accidents that occur inside or outside Flatirons Crossing will fall under Colorado’s premises liability law. Colorado premises liability law requires that Flatiron Crossing’s owners, as well as the owners of the individual stores, movie theatres, and restaurants, take reasonable steps to keep customers safe from dangers that they know about or should know about. Our Flatirons Crossing accident lawyers and Flatirons Crossing slip and fall lawyers know from experience that at places like Flatirons Crossing, accidents can happen in various ways including:

  • Slip and falls on snow or ice in the parking lot
  • Slip and falls water, spilled liquid, or food
  • Poorly maintained parking lots and sidewalks
  • Merchandise blocking aisles or on the floor
  • Malfunctioning escalators and elevators
  • Unsafe dressing rooms or changing rooms
  • Improperly maintained bathrooms
  • Tripping and falling on hidden hazards like electrical outlets
  • Poor lighting
  • Inadequate security
  • and many others
What to do After an Accident at Flatirons Crossing

If you have been hurt in an accident at Flatirons Crossing, our Flatirons Crossing injury lawyers recommend that you first seek medical attention and make sure you are safe. Once you have addressed your medical concerns, we recommend that you document the area where the accident happened. For example, our Flatirons Crossing slip and fall lawyers recommend that you use your phone to take photos or video of the scene, write down the contact information of eyewitnesses, and see if you can determine what caused the accident – did you trip in a pothole in the parking lot, for example? We also suggest that you notify a store representative as soon as possible, and that you make a report of your accident and get a report number. Our Flatirons Crossing personal injury attorneys have seen incident reports be valuable tools in proving a case when the reports are thorough and include items such as the employees working at the time, video of the incident, identification of the cause of the accident, safety measures that were – or were not – in place, ways the accident could have been prevented, and so on.

Contingency Fees Means No Attorney Fees Up Front

At Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, we strongly believe that everyone should have access to an attorney in their time of need, regardless of their financial situation. To make sure justice is affordable, our Flatirons Crossing accident lawyers represent almost all of our clients on a contingency fee basis. This means that we can start working on your case immediately, and we get paid a percentage of the money we are able to recover for you (typically 33% when litigation is not involved). If we are unable to settle your case or get a “plaintiff’s” verdict, you will not owe us anything for our time spent working on your case. The bottom line is that our Flatirons Crossing injury lawyers do not want ability to pay to prevent you from getting the legal help you need after an accident.

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident at Flatirons Crossing, we invite you to call our Flatirons Crossing attorneys for a free consultation today at 303-543-1000.

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