Slip and Fall Hazards in the Home


a person standing on a chairWhen many people think about slip and fall accidents, they picture someone slipping and sliding on snowy or icy sidewalks. However, contrary to popular belief, slip and fall accidents don’t only happen outside. The home is a common place for slip and fall accidents to occur.

Below, our Kansas City and Topeka personal injury attorneys discuss common slip and fall accidents in the home.

Common Slip and Fall Hazards

Slip and fall accidents may happen on any property that is not maintained the way that it should be, and these accidents often result in serious head or back injuries.

Common slip and fall hazards on dangerous properties include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Wet floors

  • Uneven stairs or broken handrails

  • Unsecured mats or rugs

  • Exposed wires or cords

  • Poorly lit hallways

If you have suffered a slip and fall accident due to a hazardous condition on a property owned by someone else, you can demonstrate the property owner failed to exercise reasonable care with the following:

  • The owner caused the hazard which instigated your accident.

  • The owner knew about the hazard but did not remove it.

  • The owner should have known about the hazard like any other reasonable person.

Suffered a Slip and Fall Accident? Contact Us Today

Slip and fall accidents may result in serious injuries including traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, and more.

As such, it’s in your best interest to contact an experienced personal injury attorney in the wake of such an accident who can help you recover compensation for the following damages:

  • Past and future medical bills

  • Past and future lost wages

  • Pain and suffering

At DiPasquale Moore, our Kansas City and Topeka personal injury attorneys can help you pursue a premises liability claim and recover maximum possible compensation.

Contact DiPasquale Moore today at (816) 888-7500 to schedule a free consultation with our team.


Related Posts