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Recovering from a slip-and-fall injury

Personal injury cases take many forms and sadly, there are many reasons why innocent people continue to have their lives shattered as a result of another person's careless behavior. Some people are hurt in the workplace because of a co-worker's negligence, while others may be injured in traffic crashes or while walking down the street. For example, many people have been injured in slip-and-fall accidents, which occur in restaurants, retail stores, hospitals and many other places in New York on a regular basis. Sadly, many of these accidents were completely preventable and victims should not have been hurt.

Someone who falls down may break a bone or become seriously injured in some other way, such as suffering a head injury that leads to brain damage. Wet floors account for many of these accidents, and they may be the result of someone's failure to take care of a spill or a pipe that has been leaking for too long. Ice is another factor when it comes to slip-and-fall accidents in New York and some business owners fail to address slippery walkways in front of their establishment.

Regardless of the reasons why these accidents happen and the ways in which one incident differs from another, the consequences can be devastating. Victims may lose the ability to work, struggle with pain and hospital bills, be unable to take part in activities they enjoy and suffer in many other ways. If you were hurt in a slip-and-fall accident, you should carefully review all of your possible legal options.

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