What to do if you Trip and Fall on someones property

What to do Trip and Fall Cases

Randy Milledgeville, calls in to ask about a fall he suffered at a Fair. He fell and his feet became tangled in an electrical line.

This is a slip, trip and fall premise case. The obviousness of the electrical wires would determine if he has a case. If the lines were in an area where it was obvious, then the fall would be considered his own fault. Yet, if the electrical lines were not marked or in an obvious location then the premises owner would be liable.

These cases are fact intensive and only careful review of all the available provable fact is necessary to determine if he has a case. He is encouraged to call for a free consultation with the firm.

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