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Injured From a Slip and Fall at Home Depot*

Home Depot, like any other established business has the legal liability to protect its customers from suffering from the injuries caused by a wide variety of events.

If you slipped and fell at a Home Depot store or any other hardware store, and you suffered one or more injuries, you should be prepared to take steps that help you recover the costs associated with slip and fall incident.

Explaining what happened to the store manager is the starting point, and in some cases, filing a claim for monetary damages ends the process.

Possible Injuries from a Slip and Fall at a Hardware Store

Knowing the most common injuries that result from a slip and fall should improve the communication channels between you and your physician.

Your doctor will schedule an appointment to start the claim filing process, as well as develop an effective treatment and rehabilitation program.

Understanding the injuries that you suffered from a slip and fall helps a personal injury attorney investigate the cause of the incident, as well as organize the paperwork required to file a claim for just compensation.

Slip and fall incidents cause the following common injuries:

  • Cuts
  • Bruises
  • Sprained wrist
  • Sprained ankle
  • Torn knee ligaments
  • Bone fractures
  • Elbow dislocation
  • Nerve damage
  • Severe concussion
  • Spine damage

Steps to Take after a Slip and Fall

The first step to take after a slip and fall at Home Depot or any other store involves speaking with a store employee to describe what happened.

If an employee did not see the incident, you should either find a department manager or head to the customer service counter to ask for the store manager.

However, if you are unable to move or moving around causes immense pain, then your well-being should be the top priority.

Do not admit fault for the slip and fall. Keep your explanation simple and do not exaggerate any circumstances that led to the incident.

Above all, never sign a liability release form until you have first spoken with a personal injury lawyer.

Injured From a Slip and Fall at Hope Depot*

Evidence to Collect

Collecting evidence is a vital part of the claim process.

If you do not feel healthy enough to do it, then ask the person shopping with you to gather evidence.

The most important piece of the evidence puzzle is taking photos and videos of the area where you fell.

Many stores have lots of activity throughout the day, with warehouse employees leaving products in aisles for eventual stocking.

Slip and fall incidents at the store are not as much about spilled liquids as it is about objects tripping up customers.

Make sure to capture the cause of the slip and fall on your cell phone for your personal injury attorney to review.

File a Claim for Just Compensation

Hiring a personal injury lawyer ensures you collect the evidence needed to move forward with the filing of a claim.

Your attorney will ask Home Depot or any other store to see the security video shot by the store at the time of the slip and fall incident.

Witness accounts of the incident support the physical evidence you present to Home Depot or any hardware store.

Many slip and fall cases settle out of court, which means it is essential to hire a personal injury attorney to negotiate the most favorable terms.

Contact a personal injury lawyer today to determine the best course of legal action.

*Disclaimer: The content of this article serves only to provide information and should not be construed as legal advice. If you file a claim against Home Depot, or another party, you may not be entitled to any compensation.

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