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Often, especially in the winter months, people slip or trip on someone else’s property because of icy conditions, inadequate maintenance, poorly designed stairs, etc. If this is the case, then you may be entitled to compensation for personal injuries that you sustained.
Under the Occupiers’ Liability Act, if someone owns, manages, or maintains property in Ontario, they have a legal duty to take all reasonable steps to keep the people who use the property safe. When people fail to keep their property safe, they are putting you, and anyone else who is on the property, at risk.
Depending upon the intent or negligence of a responsible party, the injured party may be entitled to monetary compensation from that party through a settlement or a judgment.Aside from compensation for injuries, the injured person may get compensated for the lifetime effect of the injuries.
Slip and fall cases typically involve ice, water, uneven flooring, potholes, poor lighting, dangerous stairs, raised ledges, and failure to plow, salt, or sand a property.
If you have been injured in a slip or trip and fall accident, contact our office for more information on how to bring a claim. You may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering, housekeeping, and income loss, amongst other things.Book a Consultation Or Call (613) 695-4443
“In Ontario alone, 10 people died due to workplace falls in 2013. Each of these workers’ families lost a spouse, brother, sister, son, daughter or parent as a result of the fall. Other workers suffered critical injuries such as broken limbs and backs, cracked ribs and head injuries.”
An estimated 4.27 million Canadians aged 12 or older suffered an injury severe enough to limit their usual activities in 2009–2010. This represents 15% of the population, an increase from 13% in 2001.
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