Welcome to SlipFall.ca – This is a website for people who have been injured in a slip and fall accident in Oshawa, and wish to know what legal recourse they have. With 10 years of experience, Mark Yazdani help injured Canadians win compensation claims for injuries sustained in a slip and fall accident.
Slip and Fall Cases
Slip and falls can happen almost anywhere: in supermarkets, office lobbies, underground parking garages. Home and business owners have a legal duty to ensure that their floors are safe to walk on, and that all dangers and obstacles have been cleared. They must ensure that liquids spilt on floors are promptly mopped up, so that people do not fall on the slippery surface.
Other slip and fall areas can be found in outdoor parking lots. In winter every year, hundreds of people slip and fall on the ice and snow left on the ground.
Slip and Fall Injuries
Common Slip & Fall Injuries
Slip and fall injuries should not be easily dismissed. Many people suffer from torn ligaments, strained muscles, and even brain injuries. Other injuries can include:
- Fractures/Broken Bones
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Lisfranc Fracture
- Bulging Discs
- Severe Back Pain
- Spinal Stenosis
- Soft Tissue Injury
Your Claim for Damages
If your injuries are serious, you will require medical treatment and rehabilitation. Treatment costs can be high, especially when they run for many years. Claims for damages can include medical and rehabilitation expenses, and loss of wages (if you are unable to return to work).
Other forms of compensation can include
- Pain & Suffering
- Out of pocket costs and expenses
- Legal costs
- Future medical needs
- Retroactive, pre-judgment interest on your award or judgment
No Upfront Fees
At our law firm, we understand that serious injuries can lead to a financial burden for you and your family. Please note that no upfront legal fees will be charged. Clients only pay once we have successfully settled your case or won a decision in court.
Complete our online case assessment form to see if you have a case.