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Slip and Fall Lawyer Port Moody

If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property due to the property owner’s or occupier’s negligence, you may be able to pursue a civil claim for damages. By working with our Port Moody slip and fall accident lawyers, you may be able to recover compensation for injury-related financial losses you have incurred or will incur in the future.

The damages commonly pursued in a slip and fall accident claim include:

  • Medical expenses
  • Mileage to and from medical appointments
  • Physiotherapy
  • Surgery
  • Psychotherapy
  • Medical equipment
  • Ambulatory assistive devices
  • Home modifications
  • Housekeeping services
  • Attendant care
  • Lost wages due to missed work
  • Reduced future earning capabilities
  • And more

The compensation to which accident survivors might be entitled is determined by the severity of the injuries they have sustained and the effects they have on the accident victim’s overall quality of life. Whereas some slips and falls only result in minor scrapes, cuts, and bruises, other accidents can cause severe injuries that have wide-ranging physical, psychological, and financial repercussions. The severity of injuries sustained in a slip and fall depends on multiple factors, including the physical conditions of the accident scene, the medical condition of the accident victim, and their age.

Older adults are more susceptible to slip and fall accidents and are more vulnerable to severe – even fatal – injuries as a result. In fact, twice as many older Canadians are killed in falling accidents than they are in motor vehicle collisions.

Those who survive serious slips and falls are often required to pay exorbitant costs out-of-pocket for necessary medical care and lifestyle adjustments. Our Port Moody slip and fall accident lawyers believe that no one should be forced to pay the cost of someone else’s negligence. By working with our slip and fall accident lawyers serving Port Moody, people who were injured on property owned and/or occupied by another party or entity may be able to pursue compensation for their injury-related financial losses.

People who own and/or occupy commercial or residential properties are required to uphold a duty of care to others in order to ensure the safety of their premises. Their legal responsibilities are mandated by the province’s Occupiers Liability Act. In accordance with this legislation, a property owner/occupier can be held liable for a slip and fall accident if they were negligent in their duty to keep the property safe, thus causing an injurious accident to occur.

Negligence can take many forms. Failing to fix a broken stair, clear hazardous ice or snow, display warning signs on recently mopped floors, and other negligent actions could cause a slip and fall that could impact an unsuspecting accident victim for years to come. If the property owner/occupier knew about the hazard (or should have known about it) and failed to take reasonable steps to address it, they might be held responsible for any injuries that occurred as a result.

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It is not always clear who is responsible for slip and fall accidents. If you were injured on someone else’s property, it is natural to have many questions about the options available to you. That is why our Port Moody slip and fall accident lawyers offer all prospective clients a free initial consultation.

If you were injured in a slip and fall, there is no time to waste. Contact us today and receive personalized, case-specific legal feedback from our slip and fall accident lawyers serving Port Moody.

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