Have you been injured through a SLIP & FALL in a public or private property due to a safety hazard?

Then you have the right to pursue legal action towards the owner of the location or business.

If the property owner fails to do so, he or she can be sued for negligence. Don’t let insurance companies give you the runaround and take advantage of the compensation you deserve. If you or a friend know someone that has been injured in an accident, call us now at 1-888-711-ACHE(2243). We are available 24/7 for you.

THE PREMISES OWNER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR A SAFE SURROUNDING FOR ALL VISITORS

You slip, you trip, or you fall and get injured!

Just like any accident, it can happen to you also. After a slip and fall accident you have to ask yourself, was there a sticky substance on the floor? Was there a slippery substance? Was there poor lighting? Was there bad flooring?

Accidents happen all the time, we get it. However, could the accident have been avoided? but wasn’t because of the negligence of the property/store/landowner owner?

The first question we need to ask is “who are the liable parties?” The second question is “were those parties negligent?” For example, a patron accidentally spills water on the floor of a grocery store, and a few minutes later you slip on the water and injure yourself. Is the grocery store owner liable? It depends, How long the water was there? was an employee notified? how often are employees supposed to make rounds to check for spills in that store?

What if there is a leak in the woman’s bathroom and an employee comes in every 15 minutes to wipe the floor. Is the grocery store liable if someone slips and falls in the bathroom? Most likely, because they should have fixed the leak and not solely wiped the floors every 15 minutes. It was foreseeable that someone would slip and fall within the 15 minutes that the employee was not wiping down the floors. Each set of facts are different. In order to prove liability your attorney will have to prove the following;

  • Did the condition (ei. Wet floor) exist long enough that a reasonable owner/employee could have taken action to eliminate the condition?

  • Did the owner have policies and procedures to routinely check for these hazardous conditions?

  • Was there a justification for the condition and if so did the justification exist at the time of the accident?

  • Could the condition have been made less dangerous by including a warning or preventing access to that area?

  • Was there poor lighting or other unsafe conditions?

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