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You can file a claim for a slip-and-fall accident injury

Slip-and-fall accidents usually happen because a person isn't paying attention, but that doesn't necessarily mean that the accident is his or her fault. In fact, when it comes to a business premises or even the home of a friend, there are some times when the owner of the home or business will be liable for your injuries.

What a property owner should ask after a trip and fall accident

Falling or tripping can result in some serious injuries. Maybe you'll have simple bruising, or perhaps you'll have lacerations, a concussion, or worse. Even a short fall can lead to broken or fractured bones, dislocations, and other injuries that leave you in pain and on your way to the hospital.

Girl suffers brain damage when impaled by sawed off golf club

When you send your child to school, you believe that he or she will be kept safe. Even when he or she is participating in gym class or other physical activities, you assume that the teachers and educators will be taking steps to make sure the environment is safe and that your child is cared for appropriately.

Who is responsible for your slip-and-fall accident?

When you are suffering due to a slip-and-fall accident, you need to know that you're not alone. In many cases, you can seek compensation for the injuries you've suffered due to the negligence of the other party. Whether you slip and fall at work or suffer an injury falling at a local grocery store, there are protections that can help you get the care and compensation you need.

You may have a case after a slip-and-fall accident

If you slip and fall while you're on someone else's premises, who is at fault? Do you have any chance of obtaining compensation for your injuries? Monetary damages can be claimed in some cases, and slip-and-fall accidents are the leading cause of injuries in the country.

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