Tag Archives: SlipandFall

Court Reverses Dismissal of Plaintiff’s Slip-and-Fall Case Based on Defendant’s Willful Ignorance of Hazard

Recently, a state appellate court issued a written opinion in a personal injury case that presents an interesting issue for Virginia slip-and-fall victims who are considering filing a premises liability claim. The case required the court to determine if the … Continue reading

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I’ve Been in a Slip-and-Fall Accident. What Do I Have to Prove to Obtain Compensation?

If you slip and fall because of a dangerous condition on someone else’s property – say a puddle of water on a supermarket floor, or grease on a staircase within a restaurant – your natural instinct may be to assume … Continue reading

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Does a Wet Floor Sign Mean I Don’t Have a Slip-and-Fall Case?

Maybe you slipped and fell on a wet floor while you were visiting an Oklahoma business or someone’s private property. When you tell someone about it later, they’ll probably ask you one question: “Was there a ‘wet floor’ sign?”  That’s because most people have the … Continue reading

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When is a Georgia Store Owner Liable for a Rainy Day Slip-and-Fall Accident?

Everyone understands that you need to be careful when walking in the rain. But just because it is raining outside, that does not automatically absolve store owners of their legal duty to keep their premises in reasonably safe condition for … Continue reading

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