To win a slip and fall case, you must demonstrate that the owner of the property where you fell failed to act justly and that the failure ended up causing you harm. Property owners owe it to their visitors and guests to take reasonable precautions to keep them safe. Many factors influence whether the property owner reasonably managed a risky situation before your injury. If you were injured in a slip-and-fall accident on another person’s property, it is not difficult to demonstrate that you have been injured. However, if you file a personal injury lawsuit or claim, you must demonstrate that your injuries were caused by the fall.
Medical records of your injuries and whether your doctor believes they are closely linked to the slip and fall injury can assist in building a case against the defendant. Additionally, you can request your physician to write a letter showing how the injuries are related to the fall. Your slip and fall lawyer will have to provide proof that there was an unsafe condition. This might be the easier part of your case. Witness testimony, including videos and pictures, can confirm that an avoidable hazard led to your slip and fall.