Category Archives: Slip & Fall Cases
April 14, 2013 by Alexandra Kocherga
One sunny afternoon Jose Lopez was walking with his family on a walkway leading to Nathan Philips Square in Toronto. Suddenly, he slipped and fell in an area where there was a patch of ice. As a result of the slip and fall he fractured his right tibia and fibula.
February 25, 2013 by Alexandra Kocherga
81 year-old Wanda Olivier went to Pat and Mario’s restaurant in Sudbury to attend a birthday party in the “back room” of the restaurant. She suddenly slipped and fell and suffered a broken right shoulder which required surgical intervention and physiotherapy.
September 8, 2012 by Mark Carter
John Witt was walking along a roadway at the Vancouver International Airport when he suddenly slipped and fell through a gap between two metal plates, causing him to suffer orthopaedic injuries. Mr. Witt retained a British Columbia slip and fall lawyer and sued the Vancouver International Airport Authority.
August 21, 2011 by LawBroker
Christopher Mielke had finished his shift as a waiter at the Keg Restaurant in Halifax and left to meet some co-workers at a cigar bar. As he exited the restaurant, he noticed his two co-workers were about 100 yards ahead of him and started to “fast walk” in order to catch up. As he was passing by an apartment building under construction he suddenly tripped on some debris strewn on the sidewalk and ruptured his Achilles tendon.
March 27, 2011 by Alham Chelehmalzadeh
On March 19, 2005, a wet spring night, Catherine Druet, a 52 year old nurse from Washington, was staying at the Sandman Inn while visiting Vancouver, Canada when she slipped and fell when stepping into the lobby of the hotel, injuring her ankle. Ms. Druet was taken to Vancouver General Hospital by ambulance. She suffered a bimalleolar ankle fracture and underwent open reduction surgery.
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