Help! I Got Hurt at Good Times Burgers!*

The chance of having an accident when outside the security of your own home is small but real. Hundreds of thousands of people across the United States have what are called “slip and fall” accidents outside their own homes every year. They are common because they can happen anywhere, in a store, a supermarket, on a sidewalk, a restaurant or at work.

You can even be injured at a burger restaurant! Accidents like these always have a cause. If you are not to blame for the accident, it may be possible to file a personal injury claim against the burger joint or whoever was to blame to recover the full cost of any injuries you have received.

Slip-And-Fall Accidents at A Burger Restaurant

If you have a bad accident and have been injured at a restaurant or any other restaurant, you could end up with no more than a few bruises or on a hospital bed, or even a wheel chair. Slip and fall accidents are rarely fatal, but they can be quite serious.

It’s easy to understand how an accident victim in these circumstances can end up with a broken leg or collar bone. If the person hits their head on something hard as they fall, they could even suffer brain damage. Falling onto your back can damage your spine. None of this is inevitable.

Accidents are unlikely to happen in a well managed restaurant. If standards slip, then that’s when an accident is more likely to happen and when you may have to consider making a personal injury claim.

Seeking Compensation For Your Injuries

You would think that if an accident was the fault of a restaurant manager or one or more of the employees who worked there that you would get an apology and financial compensation. After all, no restaurant owner likes to get negative publicity. Unfortunately, getting fair compensation for an accident that is definitely not your fault can be quite difficult unless you enlist the help of an experienced lawyer.

Personal injury lawyers handle compensation claims in restaurants all the time and know just what evidence to look for and how to skillfully negotiate with a restaurant owner or manager and their insurer in a personal injury claim against the eatery.


The content of this article serves only to provide information and should not be construed as legal advice. If you file a claim against Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard, or another party, you may not be entitled to any compensation.