With winter conditions throughout Toronto, GTA and Ontario, it can be a particularly difficult time for pedestrians. Ice and snow is especially dangerous for seniors or people with mobility issues. Fortunately, many home owners and businesses take care to ensure that their properties are cleared of snow and ice to make it safe for pedestrians. Sometimes, however, property owners fail to take reasonable care of their property. This can result in slippery conditions created by ice and snow.
Slip and fall accidents can result in serious injuries. Common injuries following a slip and fall on ice or snow include fractures to arms, wrists, ankles, hips, among other things. Our personal injury lawyers also see serious spine injuries and head injuries resulting from slip and fall accidents during the winter months. The consequences from a slip and fall accident can be life changing. In addition to the immediate pain associated with the injury, a slip and fall accident can result in extensive medical treatment, difficulties with household activities and lost income and wages.
Our slip and fall accident lawyers can review the circumstances of your particular situation and offer guidance on your rights and remedies. Most injury claims are covered by insurance. Nonetheless, in order to be successful in your claim for injuries, it is important to consult with a lawyer early so that your rights can be protected. Ultimately, your lawyer will have to prove that the property owner failed to meet their duty of care. To do this, information will need to be gathered following your slip and fall accident. For a FREE Consultation about your slip and fall contact our Toronto slip and fall accident lawyers at 416-900-1070 or complete our contact form here.
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