If you were hurt in a slip-and-fall accident in California, the first thing you'll want to do is seek out medical attention to treat your injuries. The next thing you'll want to do is determine whether you were at fault for the fall or if another negligent party may be to blame.
Slip-and-fall accidents can kill, especially when property owners in California fail to keep their properties safe and free of dangers. If you're a property owner, and you're not already aware of how dangerous these events are, then it's time for you to learn the facts.
Although Halloween 2017 is now in the can, the holiday shopping season kicks off this month. Soon, shoppers will turn out in droves for the hottest holiday gifts at the lowest prices. The horde of shoppers on Black Friday and throughout the entire holiday season increase the frequency of shopping injuries.
As you can imagine, a slip-and-fall accident can happen anywhere. However, depending on the conditions you find yourself in, you might end up with a higher chance of tripping or slipping and suffering a serious injury. This is why, in situations where property owners neglect to resolve issues that increase the chances of a slip-and-fall event, the property owners can be held liable for injuries that result.
California residents love going to amusement parks for a day of fun with family and friends. During these outings, however, we rarely consider how dangerous rollercoasters and other rides are. This does not mean that the dangers aren't there.