Proving a Slip and Fall Accident on Someone Else’s Property

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If you have suffered injuries in slip and fall accident on someone else’s property, you may wonder if you can make an injury claim. Proving a slip and fall accident on another person’s property is not an easy task. This slideshow give an overview of how to hold a property owner responsible for a slip and fall accident on his/her property. If you have suffered injuries in a slip and fall accident, the slip and fall lawyers at Marvin A. Cooper, P.C. can help you recover compensation. To speak to our lawyers, call 914-357-8911 / 718-619-4215 or email [email protected] Visit our website http://www.cooper-law.com/

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Proving a Slip and Fall Accident on Someone Else’s Property:

Proving a Slip and Fall Accident on Someone Else’s Property Ph one : ​718-619-4215, 914-357-8911 E-mail: [email protected]ooper-law.com www.cooper-law.com

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If you have suffered injuries in slip and fall accident on someone else’s property, you may wonder if you can make an injury claim. Proving a slip and fall accident on another person’s property is not an easy task. To win such a case, you must prove that the property owner is responsible for your injuries.

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To hold a property owner responsible for your injuries, you must typically prove one of the following: The property owner should have known of the dangerous condition on his or her property and fixed it.

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• The property owner knew of the dangerous condition but did nothing to fix it. • The property owner intentionally caused the dangerous condition. .

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Proving Negligence on the Part of the Property Owner To hold a property owner negligent, you must be able to prove that the property owner failed to act as a reasonably prudent person would have acted under similar circumstances. To prove the property owner’s negligence, consider the following:

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Did the hazardous condition exist long enough for a reasonable property owner to take action to eliminate it? Did the property owner have a policy of routinely checking for potential hazards on his or her property?

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Was the hazard intentionally created? Could the slip and fall accident have been prevented by relocating the hazard, placing adequate warning signs in the area or preventing access to the area? Was the accident due to poor lighting or limited visibility?

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If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident, you may be entitled to compensation. The slip and fall lawyers at Marvin A. Cooper, P.C. will make sure you are treated fairly and will help you recover monetary damages.

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Contact Us Marvin A. Cooper, P.C. 245 Main Street , Suite 510 White Plains, NY 10601 914-357-8911 and 718-619-4215 [email protected] www.cooper-law.com

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