Slip and fall
Tips for Settling a Slip and Fall Claim
Posted in Personal Injury,Premises Liability,Slip and fall on February 20, 2022
If you or somebody you care about has been injured in a slip and fall accident caused by the actions of a property owner or property manager, you may be able to recover compensation for your losses. You should be able to recover money for your medical bills, out-of-pocket expenses, lost wages, and even pain… read more
Sidewalk Slip and Fall: Who is Liable?
Posted in Personal Injury,Premises Liability,Slip and fall on February 15, 2022
Slip and fall incidents that occur on sidewalks often lead to severe injuries, including fractured bones, lacerations, and serious contusions. But who will be held liable if a slip and fall accident occurs on a sidewalk? In some cases, these incidents may be nobody’s fault, but the reality is that there are times when property… read more
Autumn Leaves Cause Slip And Fall Accidents
Posted in Slip and fall on December 5, 2019
The season is changing, and the weather is cooling down. This is a relief to many, especially after the heat Tennessee residents experienced this year. However, many people may not realize that one of the most beautiful parts of the changing season can cause serious injuries. The Autumn leaves that change their colors and fall… read more
Do I Need an Accident Report to File a Slip and Fall Claim in TN?
Posted in Slip and fall on November 12, 2019
Slip and fall accidents are one of the most common causes of injuries in the US. They often occur due to the careless or negligent actions of a property owner or an employee at a business. According to the National Floor Safety Institute, around one million people seek treatment in the emergency room each year… read more
Who Is Liable if I Was Injured at an Airbnb in Nashville?
Posted in Slip and fall on January 10, 2019
Airbnb is a popular option for travelers who do not want to stay in a traditional hotel or who want to save a few extra dollars on accommodations. While the homestay model of Airbnbs offer a unique experience outside of the hotel industry, guests are staying in someone else’s home and could experience significant risks…. read more
What Are the Signs of Inadequate Security?
Posted in Slip and fall on September 3, 2018
Inadequate security may be grounds for a premises liability claim if it causes personal injuries or property damage. It is a property owner’s legal duty in Tennessee to reasonably prevent crimes from happening on the premises through adequate security. What qualifies as adequate depends on the situation. The criminal history of the premises, crime rate… read more