Injured from Slipping call BNI
If you are injured from slipping, you will need a personal injury Attorney. If you’re not sure where to start looking, a reliable and knowledgeable law firm is Brotman Nusbaum Ibrahim & Adelman. We are a renowned personal injury law firm with proven results for handling claims where a person was injured from slipping.
While slip and falls are some of the most common claims, personal injury can mean all sorts of different injuries and inflicted harm. You can file a personal injury lawsuit against the person who was responsible for harm caused to your body or mind whether through negligence, reckless conduct, or intentional misconduct.
In the case of having been injured from slipping, you can file a claim if your injury is caused by having slipped and fallen as a result of dangerous or hazardous conditions such as a wet floor, poor construction, or visible obstructions. This could happen to anyone at any age, and whether it happens inside or outside, the property or building owners have a certain level of responsibility to make sure the environment is safe.
Some personal injury cases were caused by a person acting with a deliberate intent to injure someone else, and this is referred to as malicious, purposeful, or knowingly. When this happens, an intentional tort is committed, and as a result, they will be liable for the harm they caused. In fact, the most common intentional tort cases encountered are assault, battery, false imprisonment, infliction of distress, fraud, trespass, conversion, and defamation.
If any of this were to happen to you, having a Personal Injury Attorney will be very beneficial and convenient because they will help you obtain adequate amounts of evidence to support your claim. It can be difficult to prove that the defendant in your case created a hazardous environment that led to the accident, so an Attorney will help you through the process of obtaining this kind of information.
Being injured from slipping can happen due to structural defects due to wear and tear like uneven steps, parking lot potholes, cracked sidewalks, broken tiles, or torn carpeting as well. But no matter the case, it is essential to take prompt measures and preserve evidence and file a lawsuit prior to the deadline imposed by the statute of limitations.
We understand this might be a difficult time for you, and we want to give you the necessary time and attention to help get you the help you deserve. At no charge at all, call us for a free consultation at 561-417-5656.