Help! I Got Hurt at an L&L Barbecue! What Do I Do?*

There are many reasons why you could have a bad accident in an innocuous place like a restaurant. It could easily be because you slipped over on something that shouldn’t have been there. Some restaurants can be very busy at times and don’t always have enough staff to maintain the facilities.

This sort of cost cutting can lead to members of the public having serious accidents. If this has happened to you and you are wondering how you are going to afford to look after yourself and get proper treatment you should consider taking legal action against the restaurant or its manager.

Making a personal injury claim against any restaurant can be difficult on your own, but there are attorneys who specialize in this sort of legal work who often work on a contingency fee basis.

That means that you may only have to pay legal costs if you win the claim. Consider a personal injury claim only if you are injured there through no fault of your own.

Accidents at A Barbecue Restaurant

The food at a barbecue restaurant can sometimes end up on the floor. Usually, this is noticed by employees and is cleared right away, but if it is left on the ground it can become a slip and fall hazard. Most accidents of this type are caused by slippery or uneven floor surfaces. There is no reason why these should be allowed to exist, and the restaurant may be liable if you're hurt.It is the responsibility of the restaurant owner to ensure that the environment is safe for patrons.

Slip and fall injuries can be very varied and may range from minor bumps, bruises and scratches to deeper and more serious cuts, burns and scalds if hot food or liquids are spilled, broken bones as well as dislocated or sprained joints.

If you've been hurt, the restaurant may be unwilling to compensate you for your injuries. If that's the case, you may need to file a personal injury claim against them.

Seek Legal Advice

It can be hard convincing a property owner that they were responsible for any injuries you have suffered in an accident. They are more likely to admit fault if you use a personal injury attorney to help you file a claim against a restaurant or wherever you had the accident.

The attorney will have dealt with these sorts of claims many times before and will be able to provide an opinion about the extent of damages you should claim for and what your chances of success are likely to be.


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