Chicago Restaurant Injuries & Accidents Attorneys

Compensation for Falls in Restaurants

When people go out to eat, they usually expect it to be a nice experience. Unfortunately, whenever food or beverages are served, there is a good chance that it will spill. Although that is an expected part of owning a restaurant, when messes are not cleaned up promptly, it can be dangerous for the individuals who are dining there.

When you really need a Chicago injury lawyer, call Grazian & Volpe at 773.838.8100 or send us an email.

Bus boys spill food when they are in a rush to clear tables, and customers do not always let their servers know when they spill food on the floor. If you were injured because of spilled food or a slippery floor in a restaurant, we can help you receive the compensation you deserve. At Grazian & Volpe, we work with individuals throughout the area to protect their rights in personal injury cases. Each of our trial attorneys averages more than 20 years of experience, so we know how to build strong cases for our clients.

Documenting Evidence of Spilled Food and Drink

One of the most important parts of slip-and-fall cases is proving the property owners did not attend to the mess, even though they had enough time to do so. If you fell in a restaurant, it can be beneficial to take a picture of the scene of the accident with your camera phone. In addition, if other individuals at the restaurant saw you fall, or if your waiter or waitress saw the accident, writing down his or her contact information is important. Documenting your evidence can help ensure you preserve any evidence that can be used in your case.

Contact Experienced Chicago Restaurant Injuries & Accidents Lawyers

If you were injured because of spilled food or drink in a restaurant, we can help make sure you have the compensation you deserve. Learn more about the representation we offer individuals in premises liability cases by contacting our firm online or by calling 773.838.8100 to schedule your free initial consultation. We handle all our cases on a contingency fee basis, so you owe us nothing until we make a favorable recovery on your behalf.