Connecticut malls, which could include: Danbury Fair Mall in Danbury; So No Collection in South Norwalk; Westfarms Mall in West Hartford; Connecticut Post Mall in Milford; Stamford Mall in Stamford; Clinton Crossing in Clinton or the Westfield Trumbull Mall in Trumbull could be owned by one company, managed by another entity, have security provided by a separate company, be maintained by another company, have various subcontractors who handle a variety of maintenance tasks and have a number of other companies and individuals who may be responsible for your injuries and damages.
If you have been injured in any of these Connecticut malls then it is crucial that you immediately take pictures of the defect or thing that caused your injury, you should notify the mall management company so you can advise them as to why they are at fault, have an accident report prepared and make sure you take a picture of it with your phone before you return it to the mall's management company because they will not give you a copy of that report. You should insist upon getting transported to the nearest hospital so you can get the proper medical care and attention.
You should also contact an experienced Connecticut personal injury lawyer at the earliest possible moment so that your case can be investigated and developed. There may be issues regarding notice of the defect or defective condition that caused your injury. Your Connecticut accident attorney will have to determine what parties are or have responsibility for the care, custody, and control of the area where you were injured and potentially look into a high number of other issues that need to be investigated.
Our Connecticut accident lawyers have prepared a free special report which you can download and read immediately, which set forth the three massive mistakes that people make after they have been injured at a mall in Connecticut. You should download that report immediately and follow the specific instructions contains in that report.
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