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Filing a Personal Injury Claim Against Denny’s

For some, filing a claim against a company is more hassle than it’s worth. However, when you’re stuck with medical expenses as a result of somebody else’s negligence, this doesn’t seem fair. If you feel nervous or intimidated by the process, please don’t. For one thing, you have The Injury Firm by your side. For another, we’ve got some useful information below.

About Denny’s

With over 1,700 locations across the United States, the 66 years of Denny’s (or Denny’s Diner) have been highly successful. Although starting with just coffee, they quickly expanded and now offer a menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Apart from times the law requires them to be closed, Denny’s is always open, and this has helped with their growth over the years.

Can I Claim Compensation?

This is the all-important question, right? You’ve been injured in an accident in Denny’s and you’re wondering whether you’re entitled to compensation?

Once you reach out to the experts here at The Injury Firm, our first step will be to determine fault. Is Denny’s to blame for the accident? These days, common accidents are a result of a wet floor and damaged flooring. If employees of Denny’s knew about spillage or uneven surfaces and failed to act, this suggests that they are indeed responsible for your injuries.

Yet, fault won’t always go to the restaurant chain. If you had consumed too much alcohol and tripped over a chair or were running across the restaurant, these are things that Denny’s can’t control, and they really can’t prepare for such events.

If Denny’s is to blame, whether or not your case is successful is likely to come down to evidence. At the Injury Firm, we like to start with statements (both from yourself and any witnesses). Once we have this level of detail, we can take the right photographs, compile the right paperwork, and put you in a position to succeed.

At this point, we should note that all medical paperwork is vital. Why? Because we want to ensure you get the compensation you deserve. After paying for medical care while not being able to work, we don’t want any compensation to fall through the gaps.

How Much Will I Get?

Unfortunately, we can’t provide a direct answer to this since every case is so unique. This being said, we can tell you that slip and fall lawyers may pursue;

  • Medical expenses
  • Future medical expenses
  • Lost income
  • Required health care (regular physiotherapy appointments or even a live-in helper)
  • Pain and suffering

Ultimately, the idea is to claim back anything you’ve spent on medical expenses while also considering the costs that will arise in the future. Furthermore, the time that you’re not able to work should also be compensated since your bills and living expenses won’t stop just because you’re injured.

The amount you receive will depend on the severity of your injury, the length of time you’re away from work, and the medical attention you require both now and in the future. In the most severe cases, we work with families who lost a loved one.

Common Denny’s Accidents

Now we’ve answered two of the most common questions in this field, what sort of accidents are common in Denny’s? As a 24-hour service, there are bound to be periods where service drops off slightly. Unfortunately, it only takes a moment for an accident to occur. Especially during busy periods, food and drink can find its way onto the floor only for you to then come along and slip.

As a professional slip and fall lawyer, there are two common cases we see against Denny’s and similar establishments; illness and slips/falls.

With the former, this includes things like food poisoning and illness from improperly cooked meats or expired products. Since these can both lead to medical expenses and lost income, it tends to fall under the personal injury umbrella.

On the other hand, slip and falls are far more common. We’re talking about a restaurant that is known for 24/7 coffee so the floors and surfaces aren’t always going to be clean. Whether it’s a slip on some liquid or a trip on an upturned mat, nasty falls can lead to nasty injuries and it’s something we don’t expect when taking a simple trip to Denny’s.

Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

You could chase a settlement from Denny’s or even file a claim by yourself, but we don’t recommend this. With Denny’s supported by all sorts of legal professionals and insurance companies, it won’t be long before they’ve used a cunning tactic to reduce the amount they owe.

Instead, The Injury Firm understands how it all works and how to ensure success for your case. Even through deposition and court procedures, you’ll have an expert on your side who has just one concern: YOU.

The Injury Firm
2000 N.E. 45th Street
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308

Phone (954) 951-0000
Fax: (954) 951-1000
Email: info@flinjuryfirm.com

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