Slip & Fall

Premises liability (often called slip and fall) involves an injury which is sustained on another person’s property as a result of a dangerous or defective condition which is allowed to exist.

Examples of some defects which may exist and result in a personal injury claims for premises liability include:

  • Snow or ice which is not properly removed or treated

  • Liquid from a leak or spill

  • A rug, cord, or other object which creates a hazard in a walkway or path

  • Water and/or soap from cleaning the floors, for which there are inadequate warnings

  • Defective pavement or steps which cause a fall