It is possible to sue for damages if you have had a slip and fall accident, but whether you will be successful in a lawsuit will depend on the specific circumstances of your case.
In order to succeed in a slip and fall lawsuit, you will need to prove that the defendant (the party being sued) was negligent and that their negligence caused your injuries. This may require evidence to show that the defendant failed to maintain the property in a safe condition and that this failure resulted in your injuries.
Some examples of potential defendants in a slip and fall case might include a property owner, a business owner, or a property management company.
It is important to note that slip and fall cases can be complex and may require the assistance of an experienced personal injury lawyer. The lawyer can help evaluate the potential for a claim and advise on the best course of action.