How To Respond If You Are Injured On Another Party’s Property

Oct 18, 2017

How To Respond If You Are Injured On Another Party's Property | AICA ConyersAccidents occur at a moment’s notice and can take place within any environment. You can easily find yourself hanging out at a friend’s house or walking through your work environment when suddenly, you slip and fall, injuring yourself in the process. Regardless of the cause, getting hurt on another party’s property is not only detrimental to your long-term health, but it can also have an enormous impact on your personal finances.

Third-Party Accident Injuries

A few of the most common injuries that occur on a third-party’s property include:

  • Whiplash
  • Fractures
  • Strains
  • Sprains
  • Shoulder tears

Reasons that such injuries take place include:

  • Defective equipment
  • Slippery surfaces missing proper signage
  • Unsecured equipment
  • Loose/broken floors

Who Is At-Fault?

It is the responsibility of every property owner to ensure that their environment is safe when inviting others to their home or place of business. If you are injured when frequenting another party’s property, it may seem obvious that you are responsible for treatment. However, depending on the type of injuries sustained, treatment can be costly and add a significant burden to your long-term finances.

If you are injured on a third-party’s property, the first thing you should do is to seek Chiropractic Treatment right away. Early diagnosis and treatment give you the best opportunity to experience a complete, healthy recovery. Even if you can pull yourself up and walk away from experience, a comprehensive Chiropractic Examination should be conducted to rule out possible injuries and understand the extent of those you have suffered.

Filing A Personal Injury Claim

Secondly, you may need to file a personal injury claim to collect compensation for your damages. Although it may be difficult to follow through if you have a personal relationship with the property owner, the fact is that it is their insurance provider who is responsible for offering payment. Ask one of our Conyers Chiropractors for direction as we can connect you with an experienced Atlanta Personal Injury Attorney who can discuss your legal options with you.

Contact AICA Conyers After An Accident Injury

If you are injured on a third-party’s property, contact us right away to schedule an appointment. Our accident injury center is open Monday through Sunday and provides 24/7 access for your convenience. Just dial (404) 602-0386 to speak with one of our staff members about setting up an examination.


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