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A lot of times we have to turn down premises liability cases, which are sometimes known as trip and fall or slip and fall cases, because people make some common mistakes at the outset of their case right away when they are hurt. If you call our office after you have been injured while on someone else’s property, one of the first things I will do is ask you whether you made sure that there was a written report of the incident filed with the business where you were hurt. You want to make sure that they can’t try to argue that the incident never occurred, which they will try to do if you didn’t make a report of the injury at the time that it happened.
We regularly get calls from people who have been hurt on someone else’s property and are hoping to recover for the injuries that they have received. We refer to these cases as “premises liability” cases, otherwise known as trip and fall or slip and fall cases. Unfortunately…
We are frequently contacted by people that have been injured on someone else’s premises; such as slipping on ice or falling down stairs. Just because you are injured on someone else’s premises, the owner is not necessarily liable for your damages.