The owner of a business must use reasonable care to keep the premises safe. A business owner must regularly inspect his store to make sure that no dangerous condition exists. If there is a dangerous condition, the business owner must either correct the dangerous condition or warn customers about the dangerous condition. If a customer is injured because of a dangerous condition, he or she may have a right to compensation for the damages suffered because of the dangerous condition. In most cases you must show that the business was negligent or careless in creating the dangerous condition or failing to discover the dangerous condition. Therefore, it is sometimes necessary to have detailed information about the circumstances and details of the dangerous condition. Vist our website for more detailed information
The most common claims for injuries in a store include a fall because of a substance on the floor, tripping over objects that are in unexpected places such as merchandise that has fallen off the shelf, and falls because of slick or uneven surfaces.
If a pedestrian is injured as a result of negligence of a driver, then the pedestrian may be able to recover damages from the driver or owner of the vehicle. The damages that can be recovered are generally the same damages that could be recovered if you were an occupant of a vehicle. Also, if the driver that hit you did not have insurance, or if you are the victim of a hit and run accident, you may be able to collect benefits under your own uninsured motorist coverage.