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In the instance that you were injured due to a slip and fall while on someone’s property and the property owner were at fault then you may be able to file a lawsuit for a slip and fall claim. Most of the time – if this was to occur – the victim would want to file a claim as soon as possible, especially if the … Read More
If you have been injured while on the job or while on the grounds of your employer’s property, you may feel entitled to some form of reimbursement for your injuries. In many cases you may be able to receive compensation for your injury. Depending on the type of injury and how it was caused, you could be eligible for reimbursement. However, in almost every instance, … Read More
Similar to other slip and fall claims, if you were to slip and injure yourself while on ice or snow, you may be eligible to claim for compensation. These types of incidents usually occur on sidewalks or parking lots outside of businesses. In most areas, and in most cases, property owners are responsible for maintaining their property and ensuring it is safe by promptly removing … Read More