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Black Friday & Personal Injury Claims



Accidents and injuries can happen any time of the year – but especially on Black Friday. Often on Black Friday, the deals offered by stores mean larger crowds. This means more cars on the roads, more people possibly not paying as much attention to the road and their surroundings as they normally would, and more people trying to rush to their next location. This could lead to an accident that causes an injury. While the same legal rules apply on Black Friday as any other day, in an effort to have plenty of stock, stores often will display and stack items differently than they do in their regular course of business. This can lead to issues with items falling on shoppers, or slip and fall accidents caused by forcing people to walk through or near areas they normally would not. You can reduce your likelihood of an injury on Black Friday by following these tips:

  1. Avoid areas with frenzied crowds; no deal or discount is worth your personal safety;

  2. Do not drive or shop after drinking;

  3. Follow all traffic rules; ensure all vehicle occupants are buckled in safely;

  4. Do not obstruct your driving view by piling up gifts in your car;

  5. Never escalate a situation involving accidental physical contact;

  6. Render aid to any injured person, and call for emergency services if needed.

The Brad Hendricks Law Firm can help you receive compensation if you have been injured by:

  1. A slip and fall because of debris or a spill in a store aisle;

  2. Falling merchandise;

  3. Failure to warn of hazards;

  4. Malfunctioning escalators or elevators.

If you are injured on Black Friday If you are injured shopping on Black Friday or any day, whether it being a car accident claim, or a slip and fall claim, calling the attorneys at The Brad Hendricks Law Firm is the smartest move you can make. The sooner you contact us, the quicker we can help, and the sooner you receive compensation for medical bills. We offer free case evaluations by phone, and we can start your case without a visit to our office. We'll answer all your questions and put your mind at ease.