A business owner owes a duty of care to its business invitees (people who come to their business). If the business knows or should know about an unreasonably dangerous condition on their property and they fail to make the condition safe for its customers, the business can be held liable for the damages the customer incurs. One of the most common questions relates to a slippery floor, whether due to water or some kind of slippery substance.
Is the store liable if I fall because of water or a slippery substance? The answer is that it depends. The answer lies in the facts surrounding the fall. What kind of shoes were you wearing? Were you holding anything? How long had the substance been there? Did the store know about the substance? With exercising reasonable care should have they known about the substance? A slip and fall attorney can help analyze their potential liability.
If you have slipped and been injured because of a stores negligence you should speak with an Arizona slip and fall lawyer Jared Everton who can help assess your injury and help get you a settlement. (480) 648-8928