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What Do I Do After a Sbarro Accident?*

Statistically, slip and fall or trip and fall accidents are almost as common as traffic accidents, although they are less likely to be fatal. Slip and fall accidents can happen practically anywhere and are often caused when a property owner has failed to consider the safety of people who quite legitimately use their property.

If you are injured at a restaurant, for example, it is just as likely that it was the fault of someone working for the restaurant as yourself. If you are the victim of negligence, you have the legal right to make a personal injury claim against Sbarro, or whoever was at fault, as long as you have sufficient evidence to back up your allegations.

Making a claim of this type can help pay the substantial bills that may result from the injuries you have sustained.

Injury Scenarios

There is always a reason why slip and fall or trip and fall accidents occur. Generally it might just be a lack of awareness, but it's not uncommon for accidents to be a result of carelessness on the part of servers, cooks, management, or any other staff.

As far as restaurant accidents are concerned, the majority of them involve wet or slippery floors as well as rough or torn floor coverings which may be hard to spot.

People who slip over accidentally may fall awkwardly because the event happens unexpectedly. Injuries may range from relatively minor cuts and bruises right through to much more serious injuries which may involve long term support and treatment. In this category are injuries like this are afractured pelvis, .

It can be difficult to treat these injuries quickly and the victim may find that they are expected to pay huge bills for treatment as well as worry about their job. A personal injury claim has to carefully take into account the full cost of the accident, including predicted future costs.

Seeking a Claim Against a Pizza Chain

Making a personal injury claim can become quite complicated. It is quite possible that the restaurant is uncooperative if you negotiate directly with them and their insurance company may refuse to pay compensation even if your evidence seems solid.

Unless you have extensive legal experience yourself and are not afraid to represent yourself you are advised to seek the assistance of a personal injury attorney. Most of these attorneys work on a contingency fee basis and will not bill you for legal work unless your case is successful.

*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 Sbarro or any other party you may not be entitled to any compensation.

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