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Slip and Falls During COVID-19

Even though the dangers of COVID-19 are on the top of our minds right now, there are still other ways that you may be injured. Whether you’re going about your business or you’re trying to adjust to a new normal, personal injury accidents can still happen. Slip and fall accidents may still occur at the grocery store, the gas station, or anywhere else that you go. How has COVID-19 changed slip and fall laws? Our personal injury law firm explains slip and falls during COVID-19.

Slip and Fall Lawsuits During Coronavirus

There are some ways that Coronavirus has changed the way that the law looks at slip and fall lawsuits. However, in other ways, the pandemic has had no effect on slip and fall lawsuits at all. In general, the law has not changed. However, how the law looks at the actions of each party might change. In addition, legal procedures may have changed. Changes because of COVID-19 that can change the way that your personal injury attorney pursues your case on your behalf.

Legal standards of care during COVID-19

The legal standards of care that apply to business owners remain the same during the COVID-19 pandemic. Every business owner has the duty to exercise reasonable care for their customers. That means having the personnel on hand to clean up spills. Even if the workers at a business are busy with extra cleaning and COVID prevention measures, they must have enough people to be sure to identify and clean up spills before they have a chance to injure someone.

Although the legal standards are the same, the courts look at the actions of each person individually. What is reasonable behavior for disease prevention may have changed during COVID? It’s important to remember that the jury considers the case in light of all of the circumstances in place at the time the accident occurs. If the slip and fall happens during the COVID crisis, the jury is allowed to know all of the circumstances.

Legal procedues for slip and fall during COVID-19

Even though legal standards and the duty of care still apply during the pandemic, how the court’s process slip and fall cases may change. The most notable difference is that hearings that used to be in person may now be remote. Be sure to learn in advance what you need to know and do in order to appear at your court dates. Deadlines for filing and the statute of limitations have not changed, so it’s important to be sure to file the case on time. Begin working with a personal injury law firm as soon as possible.

How an attorney for slip and fall lawsuits can help you

A slip and fall lawsuit personal injury attorney can help you pursue your case during COVID-19. Pursuing any kind of legal case can be complex. Understanding how the laws and rules have changed during COIVD-19 can be critical to winning the compensation that you deserve and processing the case as quickly as possible. Contact a slip and fall attorney today to begin your case.



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