Do I Have A Slip and Fall or Trip and Fall Personal Injury Case?
First, whose fault was the accident? If you fell on snow or ice that should have been removed or remediated because sufficient time had passed for the property owner to have reasonably done so, or if you have fallen in a dangerous condition which was either not obvious or hidden, such as uneven pavement, holes, or weak structure, or if you have slipped on something that has been on the floor long enough for the owner to have noticed the condition, then you have a good liability case for a slip or trip and fall. While you certainly are not relieved of your own responsibility to take care whenever you walk or move, we know how to establish both actual notice and/or “constructive” (or “legal”) notice.
The second question of course, relates to your injuries. The more serious your injuries, sometimes, the more willing the jury is to accept and understand the liability theory. The Law Office of Tejas S. Kapadia, P.C. has experience in litigating slip and fall cases and establishing actual and constructive notice for dangerous conditions on both private and public property.
- Do not panic.
- Do not say things that are inconsistent.
- Do not sign anything.
- Do not tell inconsistent versions of the accident to the police and to the owner of the property.
We understand that if you are considering an attorney then your matter is of extreme importance. Our response will be prompt, discreet and with the care and understanding that you deserve. Schedule an appointment with our Slip and fall accident attorney now.
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