In Pennsylvania, most of the biggest weather-related risks for slip and fall injuries are found in the winter. With summer, there isn't any ice or snow to worry about. However, that doesn't mean there are no slipping risks at all. Today, Lisko & Associates will examine some slip and fall risks specific to summer.
Anyone, regardless of age, can become injured in an accident that involves a slip and fall. However, due to a number of different factors, the consequences of a slip-and-fall accident can often be more severe for the elderly. If you are a senior citizen in Pennsylvania concerned about what may happen to you after a fall, the National Institute on Aging has some suggestions about what you should do following a slip-and-fall accident.
Have you slipped and fallen in Pennsylvania? A fall can lead to many types of injury, including tenderness or pain in your neck. Whiplash may be commonly associated with car crashes, but it is possible to suffer from it because of a fall, as well.
As a Pennsylvanian resident who has been injured in a slip-and-fall accident, you know that it can be difficult to prove fault. Just how do you show that you were the victim?
Pennsylvanian winters can be treacherous for many reasons. As winter sweeps in, it often brings snow, ice, sleet, hail, and more along with it. People who are out and about this holiday season should be aware of the dangers that this weather can bring, such as an increased chance of slip-and-fall incidents.