The most important thing that you can do after a “slip, trip and fall” accident is to determine what substance or obstacle caused you to fall and how long it was there. Premises Liability can require a lot of detail, so we want to offer what you should do in the event of a premises liability accident. If possible, get a sample of the substance, or at least photographs. It is important that you preserve evidence of the cause of your fall, and that you preserve your shoes and clothes in the same condition as when you fell. It is also very important to obtain the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of all witnesses to your fall.
If you require medical attention, seek it immediately through a physician of your choice. It is important that a qualified health care professional examine you, document your injuries and begin indicated treatment. Photographs of your injuries may be helpful, as well, if they are visible. As soon as possible, contact your attorneys, Heiting & Irwin, as it is best to obtain facts, information, materials and witnesses while the information is still fresh.
It is extremely important to permit us to do a prompt investigation. We will be happy to assist you. In order to obtain fair and just compensation from this type of injury, you should contact attorneys experienced in these types of cases, such as those at Heiting & Irwin, as soon as possible.
Heiting & Irwin has handled these cases since 1976, with our own investigator and many experts available to make sure all important facts and information are documented and preserved. We have the resources to properly investigate your claim and to preserve the evidence so that your rights may be protected. In addition Heiting & Irwin may assist you with other issues involved that are related to the injury and your treatment. Strict time limits apply in these cases and can act to bar a claim completely. It is extremely important that we are engaged as soon as possible to enable us to have the opportunity to investigate promptly and thoroughly. Prompt access and investigation is crucial.