If you ever been to a Wal-Mart at 2 AM then you may have seen sections of the store blocked off due to floor cleaning. Employers use a wax buffering machine on certain aisles at a time. They choose to complete this activity at 2 AM because of the lack of foot traffic. It is hard to run those kinds of machines when everyone is walking around. But, it is also hard to run those machines within a high foot traffic area in case someone were to slip and fall. It is the company’s best interest to ensure that customers and visitors are protected from the floor buffering activity just like it is important to keep those floor is wet signs up long after the floor is actually wet. Our North Miami Slip and Fall Accident Attorneys at Vladimir Tsirkin & Associates have worked with victims who were not provided any warning. Our clients were simply walking or doing their job when their slip and fall resulted in an injury which in turn had costly damages.
If you or someone you love is suffering from an injury due to a slip and fall then it is important that you seek legal assistance. Slip and falls may seem embarrassing at first, but they have real-life repercussions which can result in life long chronic pain.
Slip and fall accidents are one of the top three workplace-related injuries next to exhaustion and contact with objects and equipment. But slip and falls don’t just happen at the workplace. Slip and falls happen in parking lots, in businesses such as retail or restaurants, and stairs. There are two kinds of slip and falls:
Due to the frequency of slip and fall accidents, our attorneys at Vladimir Tsirkin & Associates have created a special category of personal injury. The injuries from such accidents can be more severe than one may think. Back injury, head trauma, or dislocated bones can occur depending on the kind of fall or vulnerability of the person. If this happened to you or someone you love please call 305-831-4333 or click here for a free consultation with our North Miami professional attorneys at Vladimir Tsirkin & Associates today.