- The owner of the property must have known about the slippery condition that resulted in a slip and fall accident, but took no action to reduce the risk of an injury.
- The owner of the property had deliberately created the slippery condition to harm the injured person.
- The owner of the property did not take 'reasonable care' of the property resulting in a slip and fall accident.
- Did the dangerous surface condition persist for sufficiently long time for the owner to reasonably know about it?
- Could the property owner have placed a barrier or warning sign to alert the visitors?
- Did the property owner verbally warn of the danger?
With the help of a professional personal attorney, you can increase the chances of receiving the maximum possible compensation amount. Our listed injury attorneys assist clients throughout the Inland Empire and will help you in proving the fault in case of a slip and fall injury so that you can focus on getting back on your feet.