Jerome, Salmi & Kopis, LLC – Law Firm in Fairview Heights, IL

What to do after a slip-and-fall accident

 

Slip in Fall case, we’re asked many questions on what you should do first, you should document what caused you to slip and fall, simply take out your cell phone and take a picture of it, take a picture of the water, the substance, whatever it is, that… ’cause you to fall also report the incident, find a manager in the store and tell them your name, and tell them what happened and last always complete an incident report to show that you were there and record exactly what happened. If we can answer any further questions regarding handling slipping falls please feel free to call our law firm.

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