Just because your child fell on someone else’s property doesn’t necessarily mean the property owner is responsible. Each case is different and depends on whether the property owner knew or should have known about a hazardous condition.
Many Connecticut Slip and Fall cases are difficult to prove, and we will evaluate your case before we proceed. In a trip or slip and fall case, we often go to the location of the fall with you or send our investigator out to take photographs and measurements of the scene.
Children are injured in many falls, but unlike adults, they are usually injured in a fall from some height, such as from playground equipment.
The National SAFE KIDS Campaign http://www.safekids.org reports:
The Connecticut Slip and Fall Attorneys with Carter Mario Law Firm may be able to help you if your child has been injured by a fall. Contact them to discuss your case confidentially with a qualified attorney.