my son was walking towards me whilst he walked over a metal plate that was bolted to the floor where vinyl is layed. he slipped fell cut his eye and had immediate swelling a brusing. that metal plate looked like it wasnt meant to be there at all .. how can i go about this?
Real Estate Attorney
Yes. Talk to a personal injury attorney in your area.
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Car / Auto Accident Lawyer
The first thing you should do is take numerous pictures of the condition you describe. What you do beyond that depends on the severity of your son's injury and your objectives. If you are considering legal action, you should contact a personal injury lawyer before going any further.
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