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Slip and Fall Negligence

The Dead Man's Act - Staying Alive And Well

by SmithAmundsen LLC on

Numerous states have enacted statues (commonly known as the Dead Man’s Act 735 ILCS 5/8-201 in Illinois) aimed to remove temptations of a survivor to testify regarding matters that cannot be rebutted because of the death of...more

Playing it Safe At Special Events This Fall

by Howard Ankin on

Planning ahead and following safety tips for Chicago fall special events can prevent personal injuries. Special events that draw large crowds always increase safety risks....more

Can a Real Estate Agent be Liable for Injuries at an Open House?

Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg is consulted more often than you might think by potential clients injured on the property of a home they were thinking about buying. It is a relatively common...more

An Overview of North Carolina Premises Liability Law

by Ward and Smith, P.A. on

Accidents happen. But how do you determine whether an injury on someone else's property is just an unavoidable accident or a potential legal liability? As in other areas of personal injury law, the analysis typically is based...more

Financial Compensation for California Slip and Falls

If you’re hurt in a slip and fall accident in the San Fernando Valley, you may be eligible to receive financial compensation. The purpose of this compensation is to make you whole again, although in many instances we...more

Theme Park Defense 10 Things to Know

by Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell on

Florida’s theme parks attract millions of visitors each year. Any business with that volume of visitors is certain to encounter litigation. Theme park litigation is unique because it incorporates many different types of...more

The Causes and Impact of Nerve Damage

by Howard Ankin on

Nerve damage can significantly impact every aspect of a person’s life. It can limit their range of motion and hinder their ability to breathe. While some nerve damage is reversible and can be treated, the more severe the...more

Jury Awards $2.1 Million in Slip and Fall Case

by Tucker Arensberg, P.C. on

Juries in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania have been perceived as being relatively conservative and “Defendant-friendly” in terms of awarding compensation in personal injury cases. This trend has been constant since the early...more

Trial Court Slips And Falls In Granting Motion For New Trial

On October 21, 2016, Florida’s Second DCA issued a decision in a slip-and-fall case against Wal-Mart that found the trial court erred when it set aside the jury verdict and granted Plaintiff’s motion for new trial on the...more

Establishing Negligence in a Slip and Fall Case

Slip and falls are consistently among the most common causes of accidental injury in the United States. These incidents have the potential to leave victims with extremely serious injuries. This is particularly true for people...more

Slip And Fall Accidents On Private Property

If you are a guest on someone’s property, such as their home, and you are injured in a slip and fall accident, can you file a claim to recover financial compensation for your injuries? In California, generally speaking,...more

How Long Was That Slipping Hazard on The Floor?

Woodland Hills personal injury lawyer, Barry P. Goldberg, fields many questions about premises liability, slip and falls and business owners’ liability. The most common misconception is that a store owner is somehow...more

Navigating the Slippery Floor

by LeClairRyan on

Slip and fall claims are not limited to guests and customers. If you are an employee, and your employer is a non-subscriber of workers compensation coverage in Texas, a slip and fall used to mean big bucks. Maybe not...more

Partial Negligence and Financial Recovery in Slip and Falls

No one expects to have a slip and fall or trip and fall accident but unfortunately, these types of accidents can happen anywhere: in the grocery store, at home, or at work, to name a few places. Anything from debris to...more

“What was she thinking?!” – Plaintiff’s state of mind in shopping centre fall

by DLA Piper on

Late last year, the New South Wales Court of Appeal in Glad Retail Cleaning Pty Ltd v Alvarenga [2013] NSWCA 482 unanimously dismissed the appeal of a cleaning company found to have performed its work in a negligent manner....more

Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal Holds Statute Establishing Standard of Proof in Slip-and-Fall Cases Is Retroactive

by Wilson Elser on

In Kenz v. Miami-Dade County and Unicco Service Co., 2013 (Fla. 3d DCA April 24, 2013), Florida’s Third DCA ruled that § 768.0755, Fla. Stat. (2010) must be applied retroactively to incidents that occurred before the statute...more

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