What to do if you are hurt on someone else’s property


If you are hurt on someone else's property get witness names and take pictures

  • Property owners have a duty to make sure their property is safe from dangerous conditions
  • If at a place of business like a store, report the injury to an employee, manager or supervisor and take pictures of the dangerous condition
  • If at a residential property, take pictures of the dangerous condition, call the police and get the property owner's name
  • If you can, get witness names and phone numbers
  • Get medical care right way, request an ambulance if necessary
  • When you get medical care, make sure you tell the doctors how you got hurt
  • Don't sign anything
  • Call us for legal advice
  • Do not admit fault or accept blame
  • After the emergency room, follow up with a doctor (we can help you find a doctor in the area that works best for you)
  • If an insurance company calls you, never give them a recorded statement...remember, their job is to pay you as little money as possible so they can close your claim

If you are injured on someone else's property, don't try to fight the insurance companies alone. Call for help and a free consultation. 314-300-8380

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