Falling leaves might pose a slip hazard

On Behalf of | Oct 7, 2016 | Premises Liability

Now that the summer is over, leaves are going to start falling for fall. That means that it is time for property owners to evaluate the safety of the premises to determine if the area is hazardous to people who are walking. Falling leaves can be slippery and slick, especially when they are wet. These leaves pose a slip-and-fall threat to some people.

If you are injured in a slip-and-fall accident, you might opt to seek compensation for the injuries that you suffered. Typically, you will have to show that the property owner was negligent in his or her care for the property. We can help you to learn about the options that you have to do this.

When we first start working on your case, we look into the circumstances of the accident. This can include the factors that led you to slip, as well as how the actions or inaction of the property owner led to that condition.

We will then move on to your injuries. We will need to show that the injuries you suffered were caused by the accident. We will work to show how the financial damages you suffered were caused by the injuries you suffered in the accident. All of those factors come together to build the backbone of your personal injury claim.

We know that while you are healing from an injury, the thought of having to do all of this might be more than you can handle. We are here to do what we can to make the legal battle a little easier for you to go through.

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