Slip & Fall Injury FAQ

What happens if you slip and fall in a store?

If you slip and fall in a store, you need to immediately report the accident to a store manager or the person in charge of the store where you fell. If you’re busy being treated by emergency medical personnel, you need to call back to the store to make sure that they’ve recorded it on an incident or accident report. Ideally, you need to obtain a copy of that report before you leave the scene or make sure that a friend or family member gets a copy of that report.

How do slip and fall cases work?

When you’ve fallen and it is because of somebody else’s negligence, whether they cause the fall by placing something in your way or something that would cause you to trip that you couldn’t see or whether there is a hole, for instance, that they covered up or something that they

What is the statute of limitations for a slip and fall case?

In Florida, it’s a four-year statute of limitations from the time the accident occurred unless the accident resulted in a death and then a wrongful death statute in Florida has a two-year statute of limitations.

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