(Includes: trip and fall accidents)
In Ontario, the Occupiers’ Liability Act dictates that a person (or municipality) who owns, manages, or occupies a property owes a duty to maintain the property in a manner which ensures the safety of those using it. Property may include floors, staircases, sidewalks, or parking lots.
If you slip and fall, or trip and fall, as a result of hazardous conditions on someone else’s property, you may be entitled to compensation. The injuries that result from a slip and fall (or trip and fall) accident may be serious in nature and include, muscle tears, sprains, fractures, back/spine injuries, and/or head injuries, such as a concussion or traumatic brain injury.
Slip and fall accidents are very time-sensitive which is why you must contact a slip and fall lawyer immediately after your accident. In some cases, you only have 10 days to serve a notice, and once that time is up, you may be out of luck.
Choosing the best personal injury lawyer in Toronto (or the best slip and fall lawyer in Toronto) can be a challenge. Shemon Law has been the go-to law firm for many. Our success in representing clients has earned the respect of individuals from all walks of life, and our consistent track record continues to attract attention and esteem.
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