Slip and fall accidents may be viewed as common incidents but when negligence by the property owner is the cause for a slip and fall they should be held liable for any injuries or harm caused to the victim. Slip and fall accidents occur in a number of places: from job sites to empty parking lots to grocery store aisles.
A common reaction to a slip and fall is to pick yourself up and leave the place of the incident to avoid further embarrassment. Unfortunately, many of the side effects associated with slip and fall accidents don't show up until days after the incident. The number of serious personal injuries due to slip and fall incidents continues to grow as a result of negligent property and business owners fail to meet general safety regulations. It is the legal obligation of the property owners to protect patrons who are on their premises legally. Property owners can be held liable for slip and fall incidents.
Attorney Bank will take the first step in establishing your slip and fall case by conducting a free consultation where he can determine whether your slip and fall constitutes for making a personal injury claim. Attorney Bank will determine if the negligence of the owner caused your injury, if the owner was aware of the negligent condition and if the owner posted efficient warnings regarding the negligent conditions. After determining the requirements for your claim Attorney Bank will inform you of the best plan of action for your personal injury case.
Slip and fall victims can incur major medical expenses and require significant treatments, a huge loss in income and even place your job security at risk. Slip and Fall Attorney Bank is committed to helping you through this difficult time. Our experienced legal team is here to navigate you through the legal process and fight on behalf of your rights. We represent our client's best interests and aim to earn the maximum reward for our clients.
If you have been injured in a slip and fall incident contact Rhode Island Slip and Fall Attorney Chad Bank. Call (401) 229-5088 to schedule your consultation today.
...the 2013 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index indicates that falls on the same level were the second leading cause of all workplace injuries in 2013, accounting for 13.6 percent of direct costs associated with such injuries, or more than US $6.6 billion.