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Slip and Fall on Ice Lawsuit Filed - Michigan Injury Lawyer

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We recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of a woman who was a tenant at a rental property. She was injured when she was caused to fall due to ice on the walkway leading to her apartment and which her landlord failed to remove. As a result of the fall she broke her ankle and required surgery.

Oftentimes individuals are caused to fall because the ice is concealed beneath the snow or not visibile such as in cases involving "clear" or "black-ice." Due to the complexities involved in slip and fall cases involving snow and ice (and "black ice") it is very important to discuss your case with an experienced lawyer who has won many of these complex cases.

The case was filed in the Wayne County Circuit Court. The case seeks damages for her personal injuries, lost wages, and medical expenses. A trial date has not been set.

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