Conditions for a Slip-and-Fall Injury Suit

Kurtz Blum, PLLC | Raleigh Criminal Lawyers

Property owners are required to keep their premises free from any hazards that can cause a slip-and-fall accident. If they fail to provide enough safety measures on their premises, and you get injured because of it, you may be entitled to compensation.

Slip-and-fall injuries can happen anywhere: at home, at work, at the supermarket, etc. Furthermore, a variety of factors can cause a person to slip, including a loose rug, spilled food or liquids, an uneven surface, or a slippery floor. It doesn’t matter how hard or how far you fall in a slip-and-fall accident. What matters is the severity of your injuries. If you ever find yourself in a slip-and-fall accident and sustain a serious injury as a result, get in touch with a skilled personal injury lawyer immediately.

One key factor of any slip-and-fall claim is the degree of fault that may be assigned to both the victim and the property owner (or tenant). The victim must prove that he (or she) kept a reasonable lookout, but could not avoid the fall since the cause for it was not immediately apparent. He must also show proof that the property owner knew of the existence of the dangerous condition, but did not take reasonable measures to correct it or give warning to others. If your slip-and-fall claim meets these conditions, then you likely have a case. Contact a personal injury attorney immediately to know what to do next.

To speak with a personal injury lawyer in Raleigh, NC who will take their time to understand your case please call 919-832-7700 or visit www.KurtzandBlum.com

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