Whether shopping for groceries, getting a haircut at a local salon, or walking through a parking lot at a favorite restaurant, these examples demonstrate the various situations where people slip and fall. When such accidents take place, it is almost always due to negligence on the part of the business. From failing to clear parking lots after inclement weather to not promptly cleaning up spills in a store aisle, these and other acts of carelessness and negligence result in victims suffering broken bones, concussions, and other serious injuries. If this has happened to you, consult our Personal Injury Attorneys at Tobler Law and gain compensation for your injuries.
No matter where you slip and fall and what types of injuries you suffer, the medical bills will begin accumulating immediately. From your initial visit to the hospital to your final physical therapy visit, chances are you will have thousands of dollars in medical expenses needing to be paid. Since others were responsible for your accident, hold them accountable for their negligence by seeking compensation for your medical bills.
Since you are busy going back-and-forth to medical appointments, you are not able to return to work and continue earning income. As a result, you and your family are now struggling to pay your mortgage, car payment, buy groceries, and other normal expenses. If it will be many weeks or even months before you are able to return to work, you simply cannot go this long without income. Therefore, you should immediately consult with a personal injury attorney who has experience handling slip and fall cases so that you can receive compensation for your lost income.
Even if you have been a long-time customer at a business where you slipped and fell, don’t expect them or their insurance company to show you any mercy and do the right thing in terms of paying compensation. Instead, consult with our Slip and Fall Personal Injury Attorneys at Tobler Law. Once you do, the business owner who was negligent will know you mean business, making it more likely you will be able to receive the compensation you deserve.