There are times when an individual can be hurt or injured through an event sometimes called a “slip & fall.” There may be many variations on this event, but usually it involves an improper surface that is unusually slippery, uneven or hazardous, where the owner or maintainer of the premises knew or should have known existed. Not every time someone falls is there a claim. There is a claim only when the condition of the premises was unreasonably dangerous, violated the building code, or created some type of hazard that caused a reasonable person to fall. Slip and fall cases are very fact sensitive and require an experienced legal mind to determine whether or not there is a claim and whether or not that claim is worth pursuing. If you wonder or would like to know whether or not you have a good and justified claim to make, give us at Larson Law a call.