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What Should I do After a Supermarket Accident in Maryland?

What Should I do After a…

With everyone suddenly swarming the supermarkets amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, it is particularly important that you keep your safety in mind everywhere you go. Though of course, generally speaking, there is nothing to fear about supermarkets, there are certain safety hazards you should keep in the back of your mind so you may avoid a serious accident. However, if you have recently been involved in a serious supermarket accident, please continue reading and reach out to our experienced Maryland personal injury attorney to learn more about how he can help you receive the compensation you need to recover from your injuries. Here are some of the questions you may have:

What are the most common causes of supermarket accidents?

Supermarket owners and staff must ensure their stores are safe at all times. When they fail to do so, people can get seriously injured. Some of the most common causes of supermarket accidents include items falling from shelves, poor security in supermarket parking lots, runaway carts, spills in aisles or restrooms left unattended, poorly placed floor mats, and more. No matter the cause of your accident, if you’ve been injured you most likely not require financial compensation. We are here to help.

How do I sue after being injured in a supermarket?

To win a premises liability lawsuit, you will have to retain the services of an attorney who knows how to satisfy the burden of proof. The Ruben Law Firm can gather and present various types of critical evidence on your behalf, including store incident reports, surveillance footage of the accident as it happened, medical documents, police reports, witness statements, and more.

How long do I have to file a personal injury claim in Maryland?

After being injured, it is always best to take legal action as soon as possible. However, the statute of limitations in Maryland is, generally, three years, which generally gives individuals three years from the date of their accident to sue. Do not make the mistake of waiting past the legally-acceptable window of time, for if you do, you will most likely be denied your right to financial compensation. If you need an attorney you can trust, look no further--simply speak with Attorney Ruben today.

Contact our experienced Maryland firm

Here at the Ruben Law Firm, we understand how much your legal situation means to you. That is why we pledge to provide you with the personalized attention you deserve, every step of the way. Our firm is more than happy to assist you through matters of personal injury law, bankruptcy, family law, criminal defense, and estate planning. Attorney Ruben has helped clients achieve favorable results in a wide array of legal matters for years, and he is ready to do the same for you. Simply contact the Ruben Law Firm today.

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