Did You Or Someone You Know Recently Have A Slip And Fall Injury?

According to the National Safety Council, more than 9 million Americans suffer from slip and fall injuries each year. Many of these cases occur outside the victims’ homes. Unfortunately, not all sufferers receive the compensation they need for their treatment. While some slip and fall injuries eventually heal, others are so severe that they can cost someone their employment.

If you’ve recently suffered from a slip and fall injury on someone else’s property, contact us, and we will help you file and win a premises liability claim. No matter how mild your injury may seem, ignoring it and not getting proper treatment is irresponsible. Here are some examples of slip and fall injuries to help you get a sense of how complex your situation can be.

Traumatic Brain Injury – Did you hit your head during a slip and fall accident? Chances are you have a traumatic brain injury (TBI). It can be mild enough to go away with rest or severe enough to trigger seizures and cognitive impairment. Whatever the case, seek medical and legal help right away.

Spinal Cord Injuries – Because most slips and falls happen with the feet sliding forward, the back usually hits the ground first. If you experience discomfort following this kind of accident, it could indicate a backbone injury. Some cases turn out to be merely swollen muscles that you can heal with a cold compress, but others affect the nervous system and develop into neurologic and sensory impairments.

Fractures and Sprains – Like your head and spine, your feet, hip, knees, and shoulders are also vulnerable to slip and fall injuries. Injuries on these body parts may lead to a permanent disability that can prevent you from making a living. Someone needs to take responsibility for it, especially if another person’s negligence caused your injury.

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