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I fell in the parking lot of a Milwaukee store and I broke my wrist. Can I sue?

It depends. Before you file a lawsuit for a slip and fall injury you want to know that there is a reasonable likelihood that your lawsuit will be successful. Generally, in order to recover damages for a slip and fall accident in the parking lot of a Whole Foods, Walmart, or another Milwaukee store you are going to be able to prove that:

  • There was a dangerous condition that the property owner knew about or should have known about.
  • The property owner failed to fix the condition or warn you of the condition in a reasonable amount of time.
  • You injury was caused by this condition.
  • You had a legitimate reason to be on the property.
     

Of course, you don’t have to do this on your own.

Instead, You Have the Right to Hire a Lawyer

The first step in determining whether you can pursue legal damages for your broken wrist injury is to consult with a lawyer. Our lawyers provide these consultations free of charge. If you do not have a case then we will tell you that and you will have lost nothing. However, if you do have a likely case then we will advise you of your rights and of the next steps that can be taken to protect your recovery.

Whether you can sue for the broken wrist you suffered in the parking lot of a Milwaukee store is going to depend on the specific facts of your case. Do not wonder about your rights. Instead, contact us today via this website to schedule your free consultation and read our case results to learn more about the difference we’ve made for others who have been hurt in slip and fall accidents.

Jason F. Abraham
Managing Partner, Hupy and Abraham