Statute of Limitations for a Sidewalk Slip and Fall

It may come as a surprise to hear just how prevalent slip and fall injuries are in everyday life. 

Slip and fall accidents can occur nearly anywhere—at home, while out shopping, or even at work. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, of the 2.8 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported by private employers in 2018, 27% of cases were the result of falls,

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Sidewalk Slip and Fall: Whom Should I Sue?

When running, jogging, or walking, you can easily overlook defects in the sidewalk and take a painful fall. Property must be adequately maintained in a way that is mindful of possible dangers to others. If you can prove the entity who owns the sidewalk showed negligence in its maintenance—known as premises liability—they may be liable to you for your injuries.

Common Causes of Sidewalk Accidents

Sidewalks create many dangers for people traveling on them.

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