slip and fall case

slip and fall case

noun accident, action, calamity, casualty claim, cause of action, claim, general liability claim, injurious occurrence, injury, liability claim, litigation, mishap, negligence case, personal injury case, trip and fall
Associated concepts: insurance, mitigating slip and fall liaaility, trial lawyers
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For instance, I once dealt with a slip and fall case where the weather at the closest airport differed greatly from the weather at the nearby incident location.
A typical slip and fall case may involve two people going into a big box store or retailer, and splitting up," he said.
Until recently, a plaintiff could prevail in a slip and fall case only if a store's employee caused the dangerous condition, the store knew of the dangerous condition or should have known of the dangerous condition because it existed for a long time.
While most slips are not too serious, two people have died in sidewalk falls - albeit not in the last few years - and one recent slip and fall case generated a $1.
The personal injury law firm has been handling premises liability cases for clients across California and presenting victims of slip and fall cases for many years now.
Therefore, to get relief and undo a wrong done to the victim of slip and fall cases, Los Angeles litigation covers slip and fall injury cases.
Grayson & Grayson personal injury law firm has been representing victims of slip and fall cases in Los Angeles.
It was established in 1998 to root out insurance fraud, especially in bogus slip and fall cases, money laundering and Medicaid fraud.
Slip & Fall Practice is a practical guide to handling slip and fall cases.
The author, a professional engineer and an attorney, has been retained in a prodigious number of slip and fall cases over a period of 27 years.
Practitioners know that not all slip and fall cases require an expert, but when one is necessary, proper use can be critical.