How To Win Your Personal Injury Case Against Burger King*

When you go to restaurant, you expect the premises to be safe for you to enter. You don’t foresee any spills or problems that have not been addressed. After all, they have a responsibility to maintain clean and safe premises for its customers.

If you suffer a slip and fall, odds are it is because of the negligence of employees. You can pursue a personal injury claim against the restuarant to recover compensation for your damages.

Personal Injury

When you go onto restaurant property, it is only normal to expect a safe shopping environment. If you go onto the premises and they haven’t been properly maintained and you suffer an injury, you can hold the restaurant accountable for your damages. If you slipped and fell and can prove that they were negligent, you can pursue a personal injury claim against the store to recover compensation for your damages.

There are four elements of negligence. When you can prove all four elements of negligence have been met, you can have a successful personal injury claim. For example, you must show that the other party owed you a duty. In this case, the restaurant owes you a responsibility or a duty to maintain safe premises.

Next, you must show that duty was breached. As an example, they failed to mop up a spilled soda and didn’t put up a wet floor sign, so you were unaware of the problem and you slipped and fell. Next, you must show that the breach of duty caused your accident. You wouldn’t have slipped and fell if the floor had been dry. Then you must show your injuries wouldn’t have happened if you hadn’t fell.

Consult With A Personal Injury Attorney

If a slip and fall left you with injuries, you should consult with a personal injury attorney. Personal injury lawyers take accident injury cases on the contingency basis, so you don’t have to pay anything out of pocket.

Your attorney will not be compensated until you get a judgment or a settlement for your damages. Get your free case evaluation today because a statute of limitations does apply to pursuing a personal injury claim after an accident.

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