Slip and Fall Injuries
Slip and Fall Injuries
Have you Been Hurt in a Slip and Fall Accident?
Among the most common causes of injuries, slip and fall accidents can be caused by anything from slick and slippery surfaces to hazardous steps and stairs to genuine misfortune. AlaMed Injury Clinics treats patients from all walks of life who suffered from slip and fall accidents
People who suffer slip and fall injuries experience trauma to bones, joints, muscles, and ligaments on nearly any place of the body. When these injuries are severe and a chronic source of pain you may encounter limitations in your daily life.
If this sounds like something you are currently experiencing, contact AlaMed Injury Clinics. Your health should be a top priority. We make it our top priority, because AlaMed Injury Clinics specializes in treating slip and fall injuries. By providing in-depth evaluations and listening closely to the circumstances surrounding your accident and the ways in which the trauma you experienced manifests as pain, AlaMed Injury Clinics’ medical professionals determine the underlying cause and deliver targeted treatment to help you achieve maximum pain relief.
How can AlaMed Injury Clinics help?
AlaMed Injury Clinics’ medical team always focuses on problems with the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. We are uniquely suited to treat common slip and fall injuries, including joint pain, nerve pain, sciatica, neck pain, whiplash and back pain along with knees, ankles, elbows, wrists, and shoulders, which are parts of the body commonly injured during slip and fall accidents.
Who Is Responsible for Paying My Medical Bills After a Slip and Fall Accident?
Many slip and fall accidents that result in injuries occur because of another individual or property owner’s negligent actions.
Whether you fall in a store, at someone’s house, or in a building’s messy hallway if the fall and resulting injury was due to someone else’s carelessness you should not be responsible for paying for your treatment.
How to Determine Who is At-Fault?
Stores and public property are required to have signs indicating steps, uneven flooring, slippery services, and so on. If you fell due to the lack of notification of a slick, wet, or uneven service, it may be the fault of the store or business owner. If you fell on private property, it might be the property owner’s fault if owner knew there was a danger and have neglected to fix or make the area safe for people, especially if it was a walkway or on the way to the front door.
AlaMed Injury Clinics will provide you with the medical treatment and care you need after a slip and fall accident.