Laurel, MD asked in Personal Injury for Delaware

Q: I had a slip n fall 4/2015 in my apt...i notified the mgt prior to my injury,but the mgt fixed afterwards(uneven floor)

I wad rushed a by abulance,same treating dr affirmed permanent injury to elbow and tendon in bicep....where does the proximate take place? I seen ortho surgeon,he reccomends surgery asap......the property mgt denies fault my atty tells me that its protocol for denial......do i have a slam dunk case after my mmi and surgery?

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David Alan Wolf

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A: I would not characterize your case or potential case as a slam dunk case even if you have surgery. Trip and fall cases and slip and fall cases can be quite challenging. These are among the most heavily contested types of cases that are handled by personal injury attorneys. It is good to hear that you have an attorney in place. I trust that your attorney has advised you of the strengths and weaknesses in the case. Good luck.

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