Be very cautious if you're asked to sign any statement from the property owner or ownership entity regarding the incident. If there are any errors or inaccuracies, you may be accused of claiming an incomplete or misleading representation of the slip and fall. If you do provide a statment, get a copy for your records and provide it to your attorney.
Choose your words carefully. Statements such as, "I'm just clumsy. It was probably my fault" would hurt your slip and fall claim, even if it turns out that others were at fault.
If the landowner has insurance, a claims adjuster will probably call you to take a statement over the phone. Before providing a statement to an adjuster, or a statement to the land owner, you should speak with an injury lawyer to discuss your situation.
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