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Slip and Fall Lawyer | November 24, 2016

Always Take Slip and Fall on Ice Injuries Seriously

Never downplay your injuries after a slip and fall on ice. What at first seems like just a sore back could turn out to be a herniated disc. Until you’ve seen a doctor – and even then, sometimes the true extent of the injury isn’t apparent for several days – you can’t know exactly how severe the injuries are. For now, consider that your injuries could

Slip and Fall Lawyer | November 24, 2016

Prevent a Slip and Fall on Ice – Just Change How You Walk

Do you walk with your hands in your pockets to keep them warm? Do you take long strides or walk with “a spring in your step”? You shouldn’t – not on snowy days, anyway.

While no amount of caution can prevent every slip and fall on ice, a few small changes to the way you walk in winter weather conditions can go a long way toward

Slip and Fall Lawyer | November 24, 2016

Strengthen Your Slip and Fall on Ice Claim with Witnesses

When you discovered a dangerous patch of ice by slipping and falling on it, you were probably preoccupied with your pain, your fear, and your struggle to get to your feet. You may not have been looking around to see if you had an audience. Even if someone came to help you, you might feel like you don’t want to impose on them by asking if you

Slip and Fall Lawyer | November 24, 2016

Always Report a Slip and Fall on Ice

After a slip and fall on ice, you don’t need any reminders that the accident actually happened. You have more than enough evidence to jog your memory – the pain your injuries continue to cause you, the medical bills stemming from the accident, your memories of the trauma. You might be surprised to find that the insurance company you’re pursuing a claim against wants proof of your