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Falls in Homes and Private Residences

Posted by Francis M. Smith on Wed, Apr 15, 2015

By Francis M. Smith

When discussing slip and fall accidents, the examples that spring most immediately to mind are accidents on public or commercial property: tripping on a cracked or raised sidewalk, slipping on a spill in a grocery store, or falling on ice in a parking lot. But it's just as possible to be injured in a fall in home settings, too – and when that happens, it's often unclear what the right course of action should be. Most often, if you are in a private residence other than your own, that home belongs to a family member, a friend, or a neighbor. Even if you are seriously injured in a fall in a home belonging to one of these people, it can be difficult to know how to proceed. After all, who wants to bring claim, much less a legal action against a friend or relative?

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Topics: Trip and Fall, Dangerous Premises, Slip and Fall, premises liability, falls in homes

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