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Ontario Court awards Plaintiff over $200,000 for trip and fall injury

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently released a decision where it awarded $107,765 to an injured woman, in Grayling v. The Corporation of Haldimand County. Mrs. Grayling was injured on November 25, 2009 as a result of a trip and fall injury that occurred on a city sidewalk. She stubbed her toe on the sidewalk, tripped and fell and as a result, broke her right upper arm at the rotator cuff.

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Slip and Fall Accident

If you have been injured in a slip and fall, you should consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. The experienced personal injury lawyers at Paciocco & Mellow are standing by to help you. It is also important that you document your fall. You should have a friend or family member take photographs of the location of your fall. If your fall took place at a commercial premises, you should report the fall to the store manager.

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Slip and Fall Injury Lawyers Windsor

The experienced Slip and Fall Injury Lawyers Windsor of Paciocco& Mellow are available to meet with you and tell you whether you have a claim as a result of your fall. Falls can happen as the result of snow or ice, water, rough surfaces, debris being left on the ground, objects placed on the ground, holes in the ground to name a few. Falls can occur while playing sports if the sports field is not properly maintained. Paciocco& Mellow are Sports Injury Lawyers.

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Windsor Ontario Personal Injury Lawyer

Mandatory mediation will normally take place at office of the plaintiff’s lawyer. The mediation usually begins with all the parties, their lawyers and the mediator meeting in one room. Each lawyer will give a presentation concerning their client’s case. The mediator may ask questions to help clarify the issues in dispute. After the initial presentations are complete, each side goes into a separate room and the mediator carries offers back and forth. The mediator may also provide his or her thoughts to each of the parties. However, the mediator does not tell the other side anything that is discussed in the private rooms without the permission of that party.

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