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Slip-and-Fall Injuries in NC


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9/15/2011
Brent Adams
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Slip-and-fall injuries across North Carolina can be as minor as a sprain and as severe as wrongful death. Traumatic head injuries, broken bones and hairline fractures are all possible too. Many times the owner of the property is liable for injuries. Sometimes NC property owners are negligent and innocent people pay the price through injury or death. Personal injury attorneys at Brent Adams & Associates help clients seek compensation after they've received medical treatment.

Evidence in a Slip-and-Fall Case

Injured people may not need an attorney if they're able to coordinate a settlement with the property owner in small claims court. Most times a slip-and-fall accident attorney is the best method for achieving the highest compensation, but it depends on the degree of your injuries. Whether you retain an attorney or pursue the claim on your own, your job is to show that the property owner knew or should have known about the hazardous conditions, and how you've been affected by the injury. Photos of the accident and witnesses are the keys to your claim and a strong personal injury case. As soon as possible after the injury, get pictures of the area that caused you to slip-and-fall. Were railings loose on stairs, steps broken, or floors wet or icy? Get pictures of the conditions right away before the owner fixes them and says the property was fine.

Witnesses provide a point of view that can legitimize your claim. It may help case reviewers understand how long the conditions existed. If you know of other victims who suffered injuries due to the same poor conditions, then you need to connect with them too to share their stories.

Premises Liability Claims in NC

Pursuing a premises liability claim can be a long process, but it's a process our Raleigh slip-and-fall attorneys have extensive experience with.

Causes of Slip-and-Fall Injuries:

 

  • Gaps in sidewalk or steps
  • Old, torn or improperly maintained carpet
  • Obstructions in walkway
  • Icy, wet or greasy floor or walkway
  • Neglected spills
  • Insufficient lighting

     



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