Premise liabilities lawsuits are also known as slip and fall accidents and can occur anytime, anywhere. If you fall on a street, in a mall, at someone else’s house, or anywhere else, and are physically injured from this fall, then you could be entitled to financial compensation for your losses.
Some of the most common injuries that can occur from premise liabilities include the following:
Furthermore, you may not be able to work and incur financial loss due to expensive medical bills, prescriptions and rehabilitation fees. You may also need to hire extra help around the house, including a nanny if you have children, a chauffeur if you cannot drive or a maid if you are unable to keep the house clean.
One of the reasons why premise liabilities lawsuits are so common in Minnesota is because of the intense weather. Rain, snow and ice can all cause slippery driveways, front entrances and roads. Furthermore, people walking in and out of the snow and rain can cause the indoor walkways to be dangerously slippery and wet as well. However, it is the responsibility of the owner of the property, or, in the case of the street, the city council, to ensure that the walking ways are made as safe as possible.
If you have fallen and hurt yourself on someone else’s property, you may be looking at a lawsuit. Ask yourself the following questions to determine whether or not you should contact a lawyer:
Every premise liability case is different. However, if you do have a slip and fall accident, be sure to do the following:
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