As winter sets in and the temperature drops, the chances of encountering icy and slick conditions increase. There are many types of outdoor hazards that can cause slips and falls, but conditions can usually be managed well enough to prevent the development of any hazards, but sometimes an individual will be unaware of dangerous conditions and will be injured by slipping or tripping and injuring themselves in a fall. Legally, these are generally known as "slip and fall" personal injuries.
When injuries happen on the job, workers typically enjoy full recovery. But sometimes the injury has lasting effects or an especially slow recovery and you can't do the same work anymore.