Filing For Unintentional Tripping Personal Injury Claims
In a lifetime, a person can experience unintended slip and trips. Some incidences are harmless but there are times that those accidental trips can severely injure a person. When that happens in Florida, can a person sue another party and get a Fort Myers unintentional tripping personal injury claim?
Unintentional tripping claims are filed frequently nowadays since people understand that the government and private entities doing public businesses are required to follow a standard of care to ensure that this kind of accident is avoided. If it still happens to you, chances are, there is a probability that someone is remiss in upholding the usual standard and you will need a Fort Myers Personal Injury Attorney to hold that person accountable.
A tripping accident is usually caused by elevated fixed objects that would trigger a misstep. A broken uneven pavement is more likely to cause you to trip. The same is true with inconspicuous wires across the floor. Possible injuries relating to tripping incidents are: head or facial injuries and traumas, arm fracture, broken elbows, and knee scrapes or fractures.
Will the other party be accountable for your injury? More than likely if there is failure to comply with the Florida law standard and precaution. You can also be almost sure that the defending party will also try to wash his or her hands clean by hiring a private lawyer to counter your claim and escape liability.