Jun 2nd, 2023
Paulozzi Joseph

If you’ve been injured in a slip and fall accident, you might be entitled to compensation. However, securing compensation requires proving someone else’s fault. Here’s how fault is determined and how you can seek compensation.

Establishing Negligence

To prove fault, you must demonstrate that the property owner was negligent. This means they knew or should have known about the dangerous condition and did nothing to correct it.

Proving Duty of Care

All property owners have a legal duty of care to keep their property safe. If they breach this duty and you’re injured as a result, they can be held responsible.

Showing Causation

You must also prove that the owner’s negligence directly led to your injury. This requires evidence linking the unsafe condition to your accident.

Documenting Damages

To seek compensation, you need to document your damages. This can include medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Negotiating with Insurance Companies

Most slip and fall cases are settled with the property owner’s insurance company. An experienced personal injury attorney can negotiate on your behalf to secure fair compensation.

Navigating a slip-and-fall case can be complex, but you don’t have to do it alone. Our experienced attorneys at Paulozzi LPA can guide you through the process, from gathering evidence to negotiating with insurance companies. We’re here to help you seek the compensation you deserve.

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