Did you slip and fall on black ice outside of a restaurant? Did somebody fail to properly ice their sidewalk? ZuppkeLaw Is Your Black Ice Injury Law Firm.
If you’ve been injured because of black ice, you need a competent Michigan slip and fall attorney to take your case. Given that we live in a state prone to harsh winters, black ice slip and fall claims are among some of the most difficult to win. Having tried these types of claims before, ZuppkeLaw has the resources you need to get the recovery that you deserve.
When winning is the only option, there’s only one Michigan slip and fall law firm. ZuppkeLaw. We are conveniently located in the heart of Downtown Royal Oak. All of our slip and fall injuries are taken on what is known as a contingency fee basis. That means that you pay nothing out of your pocket until we either settle successfully litigate your claim.
If you’ve slipped and fallen, let ZuppkeLaw pick you up and put you back on your feet. Call or fill out one of the case evaluation forms located conveniently on our website. At our law firm, the initial consultation is always free.
Do Business Owners Have A Duty To Ice Their Sidewalk?
Yes. If you own and operate a business in the state of Michigan, you have a duty to protect your customers. Avoid unnecessary liability. Buy a bag of salt. Keep your sidewalk shoveled and an eye on your parking lot. If you know that there’s an area prone to icing, get it fixed or be sure to monitor that portion of your business. You don’t want to find yourself defending one of our slip and fall claims.
I Slipped On Black Ice, What Should I Do?
- Take photographs of the place where you fell.
- Gather the names, phone numbers, and addresses of any eye witnesses.
- Get immediate medical attention.
- Follow your doctors orders.
- Contact ZuppkeLaw to assess whether or not you have a valid Michigan slip and fall claim.