Slip and Fall Injuries in a Roy Rogers Restaurant*

There is little that can be worse than being injured by someone else and being left with the cost of dealing with it. Really serious injuries could have long-lasting implications. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you should be saddled with all the bills if you were injured at a Roy Rogers or any other restaurant. It is best to contact an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as you can if an unexpected injury was caused by someone else’s negligence.

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Why Would You End Up Making a Personal Injury Claim?

A personal injury claim may become necessary after being injured at a restaurant through no fault of your own. The most common accidents that can happen in a restaurant are:

  • burns
  • scalds
  • slip and fall accidents

Burns and scalds may occur if you slip or trip while holding hot food or drink. If the contents of your tray are spilled on your bare skin when falling over, then you could suffer nasty injuries that will require treatment.

If you hit something hard when you fall over, you could feasibly be knocked out or at least suffer significant damage to your head or another part of your body that took the impact of the fall. In rare cases, serious brain or spinal damage may demand a very significant personal injury claim against Roy Rogers or a similar restaurant company.

A Personal Injury Claim Needs an Experienced Attorney’s Help

Few property owners will readily admit to negligence on their part. If you were injured at a restaurant and believe that the restaurant or someone that worked there was liable, then you should get help from an experienced personal injury attorney. Evidence can be hard to get long after the accident happened, and potential witnesses may forget exactly what happened. This means that if you are contemplating making a personal injury claim against Roy Rogers or any other restaurant, you shouldn't wait too long.


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