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Slip and fall accidents are the second leading cause of accidental death and disability after auto accidents.
Slip and fall accidents account for 20,000+ fatalities per year in North America at a rate of 55 people daily. Significantly more slip and falls result in serious injuries.
In fact, each year in North America there are over 540,000 slip and fall injuries requiring hospital care.
Frequently it is a dangerous condition on someone else’s property that is the cause of these injuries or deaths. A dangerous condition on another person’s property that causes the injury or death of a victim may entitle the victim to compensation for his or her injury.
If you or a loved one has been injured, call the Indianapolis slip and fall lawyer, Jill Bracken-Emerson.
Over 70% of slip and falls accidents take place due to dangerous conditions and hazards in our surroundings. Dangerous conditions that lead to slip and fall accidents commonly result from poor design and/or improper maintenance. Other hazards are generated by the existence of slippery surfaces and substances, such as areas where food has spilled or water has leaked.
Where do slip and fall accidents occur? Slip and fall accidents can occur nearly everywhere – a sidewalk, a supermarket, a shopping mall, a school or an office. Your slip and fall may be caused, for example, by wet or uneven flooring, or else it may be due to inadequate lighting that kept you from seeing a danger.
Long lasting and severe injuries can result from the impact of a slip and fall. If you suffer a slip and fall injury you should seek immediate medical attention and legal assistance. If you or a loved one has been injured, call the Indianapolis slip and fall attorney, Jill Bracken-Emerson.
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