Slip And Falls

Common slip-and-fall hazards for pedestrians

Falling down is a normal part of childhood. Children bounce back up as if they were made from rubber. However, the majority of our adult life is spent trying to not fall down. We bigger kids have lost our magical rubber abilities. “Slip and fall” is a term used in...

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Who’s to blame for your slip-and-fall injuries?

If you’re walking on someone’s property and fall, aren’t they always responsible for your injuries? Shouldn’t they be the ones who cover your losses if you cannot work or have to seek medical attention? Though it might seem like they should always be responsible, the...

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How do I know if I have a slip-and-fall claim?

Being injured while on a premises that is not your own is one thing, but having the grounds to file a premises liability claim is another thing entirely. To file a premises liability claim, you must be able to show that the premises owner was negligent in some way,...

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Carrying items makes a slip on the ice more likely

If you have to walk on an icy sidewalk or parking lot, you’re probably mostly thinking about your footing as you try to avoid a fall. You stay straight up, taking short steps, and you try to keep your balance centered. This does mean that you have to walk more slowly,...

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