Slip and fall injuries can cause severe injuries. Slip and fall accidents are very common. Traumatic injuries can occur from slip and fall accidents, including brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and broken bones. To ensure that you receive the right compensation, it is important to have a trustworthy slip-and-fall attorney.
How Do I Report a Slip and Fall Injury Claim?
Several steps must be taken to report a slip and fall injury claim. These are:
- Collect information about the accident site and the landowner. Contact our slip and fall lawyers today for assistance in determining the landowner.
- Get in touch with the landowner from which the slip-and-fall accident occurred.
- Notify the landowner about the accident. It is important to verify that the party you are reporting the incident to is the right one. Although reporting is not mandatory, it can alert the landowner to a possible lawsuit.
- Make an accident report. Most businesses have procedures in place that require accident reports to be filed if there is a slip and/or trip and fall. One of the employees fills out this report. Most accident reports require very important information, such as the location of the accident, the date and time it occurred, the names of all workers at the time, and details about your injuries.
- Collect any witness information.
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