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Know how to handle a slip-and-fall accident claim

When the weather is snowy, businesses must ensure that they aren't allowing the areas just inside the interior doors to become too wet. This can be difficult because the bottoms of shoes and boots can grab onto snow, which can track it indoors. People coming in and going out could slip and fall on the wet conditions.

Because businesses have to do their part to protect their customers from obvious hazards, not doing anything just isn't acceptable. In fact, this could be labeled as negligence and used as the basis of a personal injury claim based on premises liability.

If you were injured in a slip-and-fall accident because a business didn't use mats, wet floor signs or blowers to keep the entryway dry, you will probably need medical care. This can be costly, especially if your injuries are significant.

Seeking compensation for this type of accident must be done quickly since there is a time limit that applies. We can help you get everything together so that you can get your case started. This will free you up to go to your doctor appointments, therapy and other appointments. You will also be able to get some rest to heal.

It is imperative that we take the time to come up with an accurate monetary representation of the damages you've had to deal with. Once your case is resolved, you won't be able to seek more compensation, even if the injury costs you more than what you walked away with. We can help you determine what course of action is in your best interest.

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