In this video, our experienced Georgia injury attorney discusses the impact of a caution sign on your slip and fall claim.
What is the impact of a wet floor sign on my slip and fall injury claim?
Imagine this scenario—you slip and fall at somebody’s premises and, when you look up , you see that there’s a wet floor sign. At this point you might think you do not have a case. This is not true. Even if a sign is present when you fall, it does not mean that you are not hurt; it certainly doesn’t mean that the retailer or premises owner is not at fault.
Georgia law says that a premises owner has to warn you of a hazard that they’re aware of, but that warning has to be reasonable. If you fall, get a picture of that wet floor sign. We’ll be able to give you some guidance and answer your concerns. If you have any questions about a wet floor sign that was out or multiple wet floor signs that were out, give us a call; we’d be happy to answer those questions for you.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured due to a slip and fall in Georgia and have questions about the impact of a caution sign?
Contact the experienced Georgia slip and fall lawyers at Princenthal, May & Wilson, LLC, today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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