Have you been injured on another person’s property or place of business? Before you walk away, there are a few steps you need to take to ensure that any medical-related costs are covered. These steps include determining liability, collecting evidence and deciding how you want to proceed.
Before you contact a lawyer, you need to understand who is liable for your accident. This includes whether the property owner was aware of the dangerous conditions, whether they should have been aware of or if they created the conditions that lead to your accident. If you can prove that the property owner is, in fact, liable, then it is time to move on to the next step.
Now that you know that you have a case, contact a slip and fall lawyer Pepperell MA. When you call the attorney, get the following information ready: the conditions at the accident, who was present, and photographs of the scene. This will help you build your case and ensure that you don’t forget anything before you proceed. Your lawyer will help you determine which evidence will be relevant.
Deciding How to Proceed
For the final step, you need to decide how you want to proceed. At this point, your attorney should have advised you as to whether you have a case and, if so, what you are due from the property owner. From here you need to choose if you want to bring the case to court or if you wish to settle. Your attorney’s job is to help you make this decision and ensure you get the total amount you deserve, and not settle for less.
Getting injured because of someone else’s negligence should not leave you shouldered with expensive medical bills. Take the time to do the legwork to ensure you get the best offer possible.