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I Slipped and Fell in Arby’s Restaurant

arbys restaurnat and signBack in 2011, a customer of Arby’s filed a claim against the food giant in Ohio. When walking to the bathroom, she slipped on a wet floor despite no warning signs on the floor to alert customers. Considering the case has the four elements normally required to succeed with personal injury cases, it’s expected that she walked away with a generous compensation package (despite no public verdict).

If you’ve experienced a restaurant slip and fall in Arby’s, you may just be able to enjoy compensation too. Owned by Arby’s Restaurant Group Inc, there are nearly 3,400 outlets across the country, and it works as a franchise which means that individuals, couples, and families can invest and open their own Arby’s in their neighborhood. Currently, Atlanta is the home of their headquarters.

Personal Injury in Arby’s Restaurant

Whenever we visit somewhere like Arby’s for lunch or dinner, we’ve always got plans ready for afterward; we don’t even stop to think that something terrible could happen inside. Sadly, it does happen, and we, at The Injury Firm, have seen how it can affect lives.

When you think about it, there are actually dozens of ways to get injured in a slip and fall accident in a restaurant. For example, you could;

  • Slip over a spillage near the beverage dispenser
  • Trip over an upturned carpet/mat
  • Slide over dropped food
  • Come across a hazard in the bathroom
  • Trip over debris or damaged surfaces in the parking lot

With restaurants having more hazards in this regard than most businesses, the company has a responsibility to keep the premises as safe as possible for ALL visitors. This means clearing up spillages as soon as they’re made aware, actively checking the bathrooms, placing wet floor signs down to warn diners of a hazard and more.

When Arby’s take their foot off the accelerator and lose focus, this is where accidents happen…and it’s where you need to get in contact with a personal injury lawyer.

Making a Claim Against Arby’s

Over the years, we’ve spoken to plenty of people who have been reluctant to take on big companies with personal injury claims. However, the size of the business shouldn’t matter. If you’ve been injured as a result of their negligence, you deserve compensation to cover the resulting medical bills and lost income.

After a restaurant slip and fall, you need to partner with a successful slip and fall personal injury lawyer. If you were to choose us, we’ll make the process as easy as possible for you. If you were to go without representation, the insurance adjusters would target you and attempt to pay as little as possible. With us by your side, they won’t have the opportunity to do this.

Ultimately, our role will be to build a case that proves the four elements of every good personal injury claim. We’ll prove that;

  • Arby’s had a duty of care towards you
  • They failed in this duty
  • You suffered a physical or emotional injury
  • Your injuries came as a result of their breach in duty

Thanks to our years of experience in the industry, we know how to build a case that has the greatest chance of success. Meanwhile, you don’t have to do a thing. At the moment, you’re probably worried about starting a claim or lawsuit because your expenses have increased, your income has decreased, and your mind is on family, bills, and trying to get back to normal; we understand.

We’ll visit the site of the slip and fall accident, gather evidence, speak to potential witnesses, and do everything we can to take the pressure from your shoulders. By working together, you’ll know what to do when the insurance adjusters get in touch from Arby’s and you’ll know how to approach this conversation, so your case isn’t harmed at all.

Why Choose The Injury Firm?

When looking for a slip and fall personal injury lawyer, you need to know that your case is in good hands. The last thing you need while trying to recover from an injury is to be chasing up your lawyer too. We think there are many reasons why we’re the best option for your Arby’s restaurant slip and fall case:

  • Experience - Firstly, we’ve taken on large restaurants in the past whether it’s Arby’s, Subway, Panera Bread, or another company entirely. We know how the process works and can provide the best advice possible. When a slip and fall personal injury lawyer has experience, they build knowledge on specialist cases such as ones against the likes of Arby’s.
  • Passion - While other services might have the knowledge and experience, they lack the passion…but this is where we shine. If Arby’s failed in their duty to protect you as a customer, you shouldn’t suffer the financial consequences of this.
  • Other Benefits - You only pay once the case is resolved, we have a great reputation, and we have the resources to take the case to court whenever required.

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Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308

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

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