Of course, when that fall is caused due to the negligence of a property owner and you are suffering serious, maybe even life-altering injuries as a result, you may need to make a claim against the property owner.
Negligence is often present with wet floors, unlit stairways and also includes construction or maintenance defects. In fact, many factors must be considered, such as determining the negligence of a business or property owner, and determining negligence, if any, of the individual injured. Other considerations include site visits to investigate the area, investigating prior complaints about an existing hazard, obtaining weather data and determining whether any witnesses need to be spoken with. These are only a few of the factors that a personal injury lawyer will analyze when investigating a slip and fall injury case.
If you do know what to do after a slip and fall accident, or want to make sure you are proceeding properly, give Bridgeport Slip and Fall Lawyer Jim Miron a call at (203) 339-5991 for a free, no obligation consultation or request an appointment using the contact form on this page.