Aldi Slip and Fall Lawyer

Aldi Slip and Fall Lawyer

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Aldi Slip and Fall Lawyer

A slip and fall can happen anywhere, at any time. You could be walking in a grocery store and slip on a wet floor, or trip over an unsecured rug in your own home. These accidents can cause serious injuries that result in costly medical bills and time away from work. If you've been involved in a slip and fall accident, you may be wondering if you need to hire a lawyer. It's important to note that there are strict deadlines for filing these types of claims, and failure to file within this time frame will result in the victim being barred from bringing forth the claim altogether.

If you were injured in Aldi due to a slip and fall, an experienced Aldi slip & fall lawyer can ensure that your lawsuit is filed on time and give you the best chance of success. Morgan & Morgan has been handling all types of personal injury claims for decades and will do whatever it takes to help you recover the financial compensation you deserve. No matter where you’re located, we’re here for you. Contact Morgan & Morgan today for a free consultation.

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  • What are Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents?

    Many different problems can cause a slip and fall accident. Some common hazards that can lead to these accidents include wet floors, loose carpeting or rugs, cluttered walkways, uneven pavement, potholes, icy sidewalks, and more. Property owners have a responsibility to keep their premises safe and free of hazards. If they fail to do so and someone is injured as a result, they may be held liable for the victim's injuries.

  • Types of Injuries Are Caused by Slip and Fall Accidents?

    Slip and fall accidents can cause a variety of different injuries. Some of the most common injuries sustained in these accidents include broken bones, concussions, sprains and strains, spinal cord injuries, and more. In some cases, these accidents can even lead to death.

  • How to Hold Aldi Accountable?

    Slip and fall injuries happen every day in supermarkets across the country. In fact, it’s said that slip and fall accidents are the leading cause of workers' compensation claims. If you've been injured in a fall at a supermarket, you may be wondering who is liable for your medical bills and your time missed at work. The answer, as with most legal questions, is "it depends."

  • What are Factors That Determine Supermarket Liability in Slip and Fall Cases?

    Several factors will be considered in determining whether Aldi can be held liable for a slip and fall accident.

    • The amount of time that elapsed between when the condition occurred and when the fall happened. If the store had ample time to discover and correct the condition but failed to do so, they may be held liable. However, if the fall happened almost immediately after the condition arose, it may be more difficult to hold the store legally responsible.
    • Whether or not there were any warnings about the condition. If there were warnings about the condition (e.g., wet floor signs), this may help to mitigate the store's liability.
    • Whether the store created the unsafe condition. If Aldi created an unsafe condition—for example, they used an exceptionally slippery wax on the floor that they don’t typically use – it’s more likely that they would be held liable for a slip and fall because customers would have no way to be aware of the danger.
  • In Some States, Can You Recover Compensation Even If You’re Partially at Fault?

    Whether you can recover damages even though you’re partially at fault will be governed by comparative fault laws in the state where you’re injured. Comparative fault is a legal doctrine that apportions blame—and responsibility for damages—among parties who are at fault for an accident. There are three main types of comparative fault systems:

    • Contributory Negligence: In States that operate under contributory negligence laws, plaintiffs are barred from recovering damages if they are found to be even partially responsible for the accident. For example, if a plaintiff is found to be 5 percent at fault, they would be unable to recover any damages from the defendant.
    • Modified Comparative Fault: In these states, the plaintiff can recover compensation even if they’re partially at fault, but only if their percentage of fault is less than 51. In some states, the victim must be less than 50 percent responsible. The awarded compensation will be reduced by the percentage that they are found to be responsible.
    • Pure Comparative Fault: Under pure comparative fault laws, plaintiffs can recover damages even if they are more than 50 percent at fault for the accident. However, their damages will be reduced by their degree of fault.
  • How Does Comparative Fault Impact Slip and Fall Cases?

    The doctrine of comparative fault can have a significant impact on slip and fall cases. That's because courts will often apportion blame to both the plaintiff and the defendant in these cases. For example, if a plaintiff slips on a wet floor that was not properly marked with a warning sign, the court may find that the plaintiff is 20 percent to blame for the accident while the store owner is 80 percent at blame.

    In states with contributory negligence laws, this would bar the plaintiff from recovering any damages. However, in states with pure comparative fault laws, the plaintiff would still be able to recover 80 percent of their (100 percent minus their 20 percent degree of fault).

  • What Do I Need to Prove to Win My Case?

    To win your case, you typically need to prove that the other party was negligent in their duty to maintain safe conditions on their property. To prove negligence, you need to present evidence showing that Aldi was aware (or should have been aware) of the hazard that caused your accident but failed to take proper action to remedy the situation.

  • How Long Do I Have to File My Claim?

    In most states, you will have two years from the date of your accident to file a personal injury claim. It is important to note that this deadline can vary depending on the circumstances of your case. For example, if you are filing against a government entity, you may have a shorter window in which to take action.

    Courts tend to be more lenient with children who are injured due to negligence as they are not held to the same standard of care as adults. In these cases, the statute of limitations does not begin until the child reaches the age of majority (18 years old in most states).  If you're unsure if you have a case or how this deadline may apply to your specific situation, it's best to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney who can assess your claim and advise you on your next steps.

  • How Much Money Can I Expect to Receive?

    The amount of money you may be awarded will depend on several factors, including the severity of your injuries, whether you were partially at fault for the accident, whether you will require long-term care as a result of your injuries, and how much work you missed and will miss due to your injuries.

  • Do I Need an Attorney?

    It is possible to file a personal injury claim without an attorney; however, it is highly recommended that you retain legal counsel before taking any action. Insurance companies are likely to offer lower in general, and if they know you’re representing yourself, it's likely that the offer will be far less than what your case is actually worth. An experienced personal injury attorney will know how to negotiate with insurance companies and ensure that you are fairly compensated for your injuries.

  • How Much Does a Slip and Fall Lawyer Cost?

    When you hire a personal injury lawyer, they will usually take your case on a contingency basis. This means that they will not get paid unless you win your case. If they successfully settle your case or win at trial and you are awarded a monetary award, they will get paid a percentage of that as their fee. The amount is usually between 30 and 40 percent.

  • Contact Morgan & Morgan for Assistance

    When deciding whether to hire a lawyer after sustaining injuries in a slip and fall accident, it’s important to consider the severity of your injuries and the financial expenses you’re incurring because of medical bills and missed work. An experienced Aldi slip & fall lawyer specializing in slip and fall accidents will investigate and build a strong case against the store to obtain financial compensation.

    The attorneys at Morgan & Morgan will do whatever is necessary to help you recover the maximum amount of monetary compensation. We promise to fight aggressively to get you results, so you can just focus on recovering. As the largest personal injury firm in America, we can help you with your claim no matter where you’re located. Contact Morgan & Morgan to schedule a free consultation.

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