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What Types Of Surfaces Often Lead To Slip And Fall Accidents?

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What Types Of Surfaces Often Lead To Slip-And-Fall Accidents?

A slip-and-fall accident can occur on ice, grease or oil on the ground, surface or a floor, both inside or outside of someone’s property. Other foreign substances can give rise to a slip and fall as well.

In a supermarket, for instance, a spillage of some sort, such as a salad dressing, detergent or soda, could create a slip-and-fall accident if there is a failure to clean it up.

If the personnel responsible for maintaining the location do not follow their own required rules and procedures and hazardous conditions are allowed to remain unattended, this could give rise to very unfortunate circumstances for an unsuspecting patron.

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