When trip and fall accidents occur on someone else’s property, injured accident victims could find themselves facing enormous challenges from physical pain to financial distress. If you were injured on someone else’s property– be it a residential building or place of business– you might be entitled to compensation. To learn how our British Columbia trip and fall accident lawyers might be able to help you recover the compensation you deserve, click here.
Everyone trips and falls at some point, but some people suffer serious injuries in falls that are more than just an accident. When a business or property owner fails to take proper precautions and this leads to a trip and fall, the victim may be eligible to file for compensation for their injuries. But proving … Continue reading “Trip and Fall Lawyer in Surrey”
A trip and fall accident can result in serious physical and financial harm. A simple stumble and fall can lead to injuries that require extensive medical care, including facial and dental injuries, hip fractures, head trauma, and back and tailbone injuries. Wrist and arm injuries are not uncommon, either. When your fall occurred on another … Continue reading “Kelowna Trip and Fall Lawyer”
You may be surprised to learn how often trip and fall accidents occur in British Columbia. In fact, injuries from fallsaccount for more than 45 percent of the hospitalizations that occur in the province since 2010. People who unintentionally trip and fall in private or public places such as restaurants, hotels, buildings, or at the … Continue reading “Trip and Fall Lawyer in Richmond”
Simple trip and fall accidents can result in injuries to the back, brain, limbs, and spinal cord. In fact, trip and fall accidents are one the leading causes of unintentional injuries in British Columbia, costing the province over $290 million a year in health care expenses alone, according to BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit … Continue reading “Trip and Fall Lawyer in Burnaby”
The owners/occupiers of commercial and residential properties throughout the province are legally required to inspect their premises for potentially dangerous hazards and perform routine maintenance to reduce the risk of trip and fall accidents. Failure to take these measures could be considered negligence. If a property owner/occupier’s negligence caused you to sustain injuries in a trip and fall accident, you might be entitled to compensation. Click here.