Slip & Fall Accidents

Slip & Fall Accident FAQs 

What is the average cost of a slip and fall accident?

Slip and Fall Settlements can vary widely based on many different factors (Injuries, medical treatment, medical bills, types of medical procedures done, insurance company of the adverse party, policy limits, existence of a medical payment policy, liability, cause of the accident, loss of income, etc.).  More important than knowing what the average personal injury claim is worth, you should want to know what your claim is worth.  To understand the value of a claim it is best to talk to an attorney that has experience in balancing all of these factors, such as Steven Daneshgar and Daneshgar Law.

How much compensation will I get for slip and fall at work?

When there is a workplace accident, it is important to understand if you have a worker’s compensation claim, a personal injury claim, or both.  Compensation received and medical treatment rendered can be widely different based on the classification of what type of accident it is.  It is important to get an experienced professional to help you understand your options and what type of claim you have.  
Call Steven Daneshgar now to get a free evaluation. We are one of the top firms in California specifically on slip/trip and fall accidents.

How would you describe a slip and fall accident?

"Slip and Fall" or “Trip and Fall” is a term used for a personal injury case in which a person slips or trips and is injured on someone else's property.  These cases usually fall under the broader category of cases known as "premises liability" claims.
"Slip and Fall" - These accidents occur when a slippery liquid, wetness, or object causes the fall. Examples of these cases are:
•        Wet and slippery floors
•        Icy walkways
•        Poor lighting
“Trip and Fall” - Like the name implies, these accidents occur when a person trips over an object in their path or over an uneven surface. Examples of these cases are:
•        Damaged stairs and floors
•        particularly loose floorboards and tiles
•        torn mats and carpets
•        broken stair handrails
•        Cluttered floor
•        Raised or cracked sidewalk
•        Ditches and potholes

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