Slip and fall injury claims on icy and wet surfaces - KCY at LAW

Slip And Fall Injury Claims On Icy And Wet Surfaces

With the winter season in full effect, we are likely to see a lot of ice and snow covering our roads and sidewalks. With the ice and snow comes a season of slip and fall accidents. What if you or someone you know is injured while walking along an icy road or sidewalk? Do you know how to make a claim for a slip and fall injury?

Making A Claim for A Slip And Fall Injury

Did you know that if you do not report your accident and resulting injury to the municipality or province responsible for maintaining the road or sidewalk within ten (10) days that you will likely be unable to recover any compensation?
Making a slip and fall claim Toronto - Personal Injury Lawyers Burlington
A recent court case ruled that some slip and fall cases can be heard after ten (10) days but if you slipped and fell in a parking lot or on a city sidewalk, it is important to be aware of this requirement.

Slip & Fall Accidents On Icy & Wet Surfaces

Slip and Fall Injury Claims - Personal Injury LaywerWhether you have slipped or tripped and fallen on an icy road or sidewalk, down the stairs while at your friend’s home, in an aisle while shopping for groceries, on a crumbling piece of asphalt in a parking lot, or at a concert venue while listening to your favourite musician, all of these scenarios may give rise to compensation for the injuries you sustain and their impact on your life.

Slip & Fall Personal Injury Lawyers

If you have suffered injuries as a result of a slip or trip and fall, contact KCY at LAW right away so that you receive the proper advice and in order to ensure that your legal rights and remedies are not impacted. Our lawyers will advise you if you have missed any limitation periods and, if not, whether and to what extent you are entitled to compensation for your losses.

Call KCY at LAW on +1 905-639-0999 today to book a FREE consultation or contact us online!

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