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4 Factors that Determine The Type of Injuries Sustained in a Slip and Fall
When involved in a slip and fall accident, there are various types of injuries that may be sustained, at varying degrees of severity. A person may suffer from broken or fractured bones, including lower leg injuries and facial fractures, back or spinal cord injuries, permanent disability, brain injuries, paralysis, internal bleeding and more. The type of injury and at what degree of severity depends on a number of physical and biological factors that are present during the slip and fall accident such as:
Within each of these factors are other items that impact the severity of the injury from a slip, trip and fall. When evaluating a case, an experienced injury attorney will consider some of these items to determine the negligence of a business or property owner, and determining negligence, if any, of the individual injured. These are only a few of the factors that a personal injury firm will analyze when investigating a case.
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