Slippery Floor Accidents
We’ve all seen the yellow sign warning "wet floor," but what if there's no sign? A floor can be wet or slippery for many reasons. It can be wet from ice, snow, rain, or cleaning. It can be freshly waxed or newly installed. Whatever the reason for a floor being slippery, if you fall as a result, your injuries can be significant—concussion, head, back, or neck injuries, broken bones, and other injuries. It is a property owner's responsibility to maintain a safe walking surface for visitors.
Sometimes in snowy and icy conditions, slip and falls can occur when a property owner has failed to salt, sand, and clear their walkways of any snow and ice. In these injury cases, the property owner will likely be liable for your injuries. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in snow and ice slip and fall incident, learn more about how we can help today.
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