Slip and fall accidents can lead to serious injury that impacts your entire life. What may seem like a simple problem can actually lead to hefty doctor bills and lost wages. When these type of accidents happen, it is important to determine the responsibility of the property owner and whether or not their actions (or lack of action) contributed to the incident.
However, these types of cases are not exactly clear cut. There are certainly points of the case that must be proven in order for the claim to even reach a courtroom. Here, we will discuss what has to be included in a slip and fall claim and at what point a property owner should be held accountable.
While each case is unique, generally speaking there are four points that each claim must determine before it can be successfully heard in a courtroom.
In the end, these are the points that will come up in court. It is important to establish a strategy that focuses on explaining these core elements so that the case is strong and the appropriate people are held responsible.
Have you been involved in a slip and fall accident? You deserve to know your rights. If you are located in Flint, Michigan and need a personal injury attorney, turn to the law offices of Nickola. Allow our years of experience to work for your case. Contact the law offices today for a consultation and to discuss options for your defense strategy.
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