Category: Trip and Fall

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Helpful Rehabilitation Tips to Do While We Handle Your Trip and Fall Case

Trip, slip, and fall accidents account for a significant number of emergency room visits every year. When trip and falls occur on hard surfaces or stairs, injuries can be severe. Victims can be left dealing with lasting aches and pains, headaches, and healing wounds and lacerations. The recovery process can be lengthy and involved. If […]

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Are Homeowners Liable for Trip and Falls?

A trip and fall lawyer can help you take legal action if you are injured on property owned and/or occupied by others through no fault of your own. However, it can be difficult to know what your legal rights are in the immediate aftermath of an injury. This is especially true when you trip and […]

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Key Evidence in Trip and Fall Cases

Key evidence is necessary for a plaintiff to prove that their trip and fall incident was the result of a property owner’s negligence. If you have been injured in a trip and fall accident, you should contact an experienced trial lawyer as soon as possible. Your lawyer will immediately begin gathering evidence from a variety […]

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Common Trip, Slip, and Fall Accidents That Occur During the Summer

Trip, slip, and fall accidents account for a significant number of the accidental injuries and emergency room visits that occur every year throughout Canada. These injuries can be serious and result in hospitalization and missed time from work. They can occur during any type of activity, from home chores to vacations, from shopping trips to […]

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Can I Claim Compensation for a Trip and Fall?

The Occupiers Liability Act is the legislation in British Columbia that establishes the duties of property owners and occupiers as they apply to ensuring the safety of people on their premises. Another applicable British Columbia statute, the Negligence Act, specifies how damages are awarded to people who suffer injury due to dangerous conditions, activities, and/or […]

elderly woman injured after fall on concrete steps

What Should I Do If I Have Been Hurt on Someone Else’s Property?

You have rights if you suffered an injury owned and/or occupied by someone else. In British Columbia, personal injury claims on dangerous premises are governed by the Occupiers Liability Act. Occupiers’ liability claims are complicated and can be difficult to handle on your own. Generally, it is in your best interest to consult a knowledgeable […]