The holiday season is here, but this means the winter weather comes with it as well. Each year, millions of people are hospitalized due to a slip and fall accident. Many of them are elderly, which makes them even more serious. Obviously, one of the risk factors is snow and ice. Even if you are careful, you can experience a fall, which could lead to a surgery and months of rehabilitation. Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews these types of cases all of the time.
Many of the cases Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews become complicated because there are a lot of factors involved with pursuing a slip and fall case. Oftentimes, individuals believe that if they fall on someone’s property, the insurance company will take care of it and pay the claim. As you probably know, though, getting money from an insurance company is no easy task.
The person who falls must prove that the owner of the property where they fell did something wrong and did not attempt to prevent the fall. For example, an owner of the property must have constructive notice of the existence of the condition. What does this mean? Basically, when a condition exists for a long enough period, the property owner should have known about it and repaired it.
Unfortunately, this is open for interpretation and you can bet that the insurance company’s lawyers will do everything possible to make sure it looks like the owner didn’t have previous knowledge. Therefore, Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews every slip and fall case it receives and determines whether or not its lawyers can prove how the accident happened and relevant to the current laws in the state.
If you or a loved one has become injured in a slip and fall case, it’s important to contact attorneys you can trust who will engage in extensive discovery and find the most compelling demonstrative evidence to prove your case. Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky is a law firm with the experience and the resources to make this happen. Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky has years of experience helping people just like you win big and take care of medical bills and lost compensation. Don’t expect anything less when you are looking for attorneys to get you a settlement you desire.