Yes. But one of the most important questions that must first be answered is: what caused your fall? In order to bring a claim against a property owner, it must be shown that the property owner was negligent. Negligence is the lack of ordinary care. It is a failure to use that degree of care that a reasonably prudent owner, tenant or possessor of property would have used under the same circumstances. It’s not enough that you fell. In a slip and fall or trip and fall case, there must be some defect or condition on the property that caused you to fall. Additionally, in order to prove that the owner was negligent, the homeowner must have created the condition or knew about it but failed to take reasonable steps to fix it.