I have been injured in a slip and fall. What are my rights?

The Occupiers Liability Act  requires that property owners and occupiers use reasonable care to maintain their property in a condition which is safe for those who enter and use it. Falls can occur as a result of snow, ice, uneven or broken pavement, pooling water, or other forms of lack of maintenance.

If you are injured as a result of a fall, there are often short timelines in which you must notify the property owner of the fall and injuries. If you are injured on property owned or controlled by a municipality, you must provide notice of that incident within 10 days to maintain your right to bring an action. If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident, please contact one of the personal injury lawyers at McKenzie Lake Lawyers LLP in London or Guelph, Ontario to schedule your free initial consultation.

Please contact one of our personal injury lawyers today for a free initial consultation at (519) 672-5666. In many cases, your legal fees are deferred until a settlement is reached. We welcome referrals from other lawyers.