If you experience a slip and fall accident in a public place, you can be sure the property owner will attempt to blame you for his own negligence.

How a Property Owner Will Attempt to Make You Look Liable for a Slip and Fall Accident


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6/15/2015
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Property owners aren’t stupid: they know exactly how to make themselves look innocent when they are actually at fault. For instance, if you fall down a set of stairs and break your collarbone because of a hazard on the property, the owner will pull from his bag of tricks and make it seem like the negligence was yours and yours alone.

How the Property Owner Will Try and Win His Case

You know you were the victim and the property owner was at fault, but how can you prove it to a judge? And how can you show you were innocent when the owner will pin the blame on you? Along with having the help of an attorney, knowing what you’re up against before you walk into court can help you win your case. Expect that the property owner will claim:

  • He didn’t know about the issue, and if he did, he didn’t have enough time to fix it before you were injured.
  • You were careless in your actions and actually contributed to the accident.
  • You should have known better than to attempt to walk on something that looked like it was dangerous.
  • He already attempted to fix it and thought the potential danger was eliminated.

Don’t Try to Win On Your Own

Hotel chains and other public places typically have legal teams on speed dial. Are you prepared to go up against some of the best in the business on your own? Are you also able to collect all of the evidence you need to win your case by yourself? If you want to win and get the justice you deserve, the answer is no. Contact the Andrew Kim Law Firm today to find out how we have helped many in the Seattle area with their slip and fall cases, and how we may be able to do the same for you.



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