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What To Know About Slips and Falls on Sidewalks

Out of all places where a slip and fall injury could occur, sidewalks are the most common. Yet, when it comes to pursuing one of these claims, the location proves to be a challenging aspect. Particularly, an attorney and plaintiff need to determine who is responsible for the sidewalk’s upkeep and if that individual or…

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Slip and Fall Injuries at Swimming Pools

In the summertime, many of us spend our available days by the water, whether at the beach or a swimming pool. When it comes to injuries, pool areas present several hazards, from slippery concrete surfaces surrounding to faulty equipment. As a result, individuals going to a public pool, swim club or even a neighbor’s above-ground…

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Warning Signs in Slip and Fall Cases: What You Should Be Aware Of

If you believe you have a slip and fall claim, one of the questions on your mind might be, “If there was a warning sign by the area, can I still sue?” The answer is yes, you can, but certain factors can be difficult to prove and you may have a hard time getting damages…

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Slip and Fall Concerns in Spring

At this time of year, with spring upon us, you might think that slip and fall accidents greatly decline. Unfortunately, that assumption can be untrue under many circumstances. Each season poses its own group of risks. For spring, businesses, municipalities and homeowners need to be aware of multiple factors, including the damage winter left behind…

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How Parking Lot Conditions Lead to Slips and Falls

A large number of slip and fall accidents occur in parking lots. During the winter & early spring seasons, the amount increases significantly due to a number of factors. Cracks, Depressions and Uneven Surfaces Water seeps into the asphalt, freezes, then expands, creating cracks, depressions, pot holes and uneven surfaces. Part of owning a business…

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