When you’re doing business 💼 around Boise, you have the right to expect that the establishments 🏢 you enter are safe.
If you’ve been injured because of a hazardous condition at a business or another property, you have the right to receive full compensation. This includes payment of your lost wages, medical expenses, and other expenses you may have suffered as the result of the accident.
If you need a lawyer to help you recover or to explain the process:
Litster Frost Injury Lawyers is here for you. Our practice is dedicated to people who have been injured in accidents. Unlike other law firms, we don’t have to worry about losing corporate clients if we go after a big business. Our only interest is in helping you seek the full amount you’re entitled to. Contact us now to find out what your case is worth and to schedule a free consultation.
CONDITIONS GENERAL PREMISES ACCIDENTS MAY ARISE FROM
Defective furniture or equipment could pose a risk to property visitors. Inadequate maintenance also leads to worn-out stairs, shelves, roofing, and the like.
There is greater risk of injury when the weather is cold or wet. Morning frost, dew, and/or fallen leaves could create slippery surfaces on sidewalks and driveways, while snow or ice could accumulate in entryway.
Lack of Security
Such cases can arise in apartment or office buildings if someone walks or breaks in and harms someone inside the building. If reasonable steps to secure the building weren’t taken, the building owner could be held liable.
Hazards could be created by other customers or visitors to the property, accidentally or otherwise. For example, a visitor could spill a drink on the floor and cause another visitor to slip in the spilled liquid. If the evidence shows that the business should have been aware of the spill, they may be liable for the resulting injury.
Lack of Security
* While these are not the only contributing conditions, these are very common.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE INJURED AT A BUSINESS
Seek Medical Attention
Make a Claim
RESPONSIBILITIES OF A BUSINESS OR PROPERTY OWNER
Monitoring for Hazards
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Comparative Negligence Rule
COMPARATIVE NEGLIGENCE RULE
Idaho follows the comparative negligence rule, which means that a court will look at both parties’ actions and level of fault in the case of a motorcycle accident.
Even if you were both driving irresponsibly, if the other driver was driving more carelessly, then you may still have a case. It’s important to recognize, however, that any fault on your part will limit the amount of damages which you can receive.
SEE IF YOU HAVE A CASE IMMEDIATELY:
To schedule a consultation about your accident, call our office at (208) 333-3333 or fill out your case evaluation form now.