If you were injured in a slip and fall accident where a wet floor sign was displayed, you shouldn’t assume you don’t have a case. Norcross premises liability attorney Shane Smith explains in this video.
Sometimes management has already displayed a wet floor sign in the area or an employee is mopping the area as you fall. It is harder to prove your case if you are injured in a situation like this. You now need to evaluate whether a reasonable person would have gotten hurt in the same situation. One of the things we look at is whether or not the wet floor sign was displayed specifically where you got hurt or around the corner. If the person was mopping in different parts of the store from where you were injured, you may have a case. You can’t just quickly say if there’s a wet floor sign you don’t have a case. You have to look at the very specific facts to see whether or not we can help you.
If you’ve been injured in a slip and fall accident in Norcross, Shane Smith can help. Please contact him today to schedule your free consultation