A slip and fall accident is a unique type of case. Slip and falls happen in so many differing situations. A patron at a grocery store falls on a wet spot in an aisle, a worker falls down after her high heel shoe is caught in a grate, an object falls off the top shelf at the local hardware store. Some slip and fall accidents occur as a result of a hazard created by another patron. This is a classic example of when a patron slips and falls due to liquid dropped upon a store floor by another patron. These types of cases are difficult because the injured party must prove that the store owner knew or should have known of the hazard. Mr. Berry has successfully handled many of these types of slip and fall cases. Other slip and falls occur due to the active negligence of a store owner, its employees or the defective condition of the store or equipment. Mr. Berry has also successfully handled these types of cases.