It depends, wether you hit the head or not.... But if you hit the head then the possibillity is there.
Trepidation, which means that one is hesitant to do something. The baby would be worried about falling over the stairs so it would approach them with caution.
I thought Imhotep was a mummy and therefore would not know about pizza.
This could be a variety of reasons: fatigue, nausea, pregnancy signs, vertigo, hypoglycemia, diabetes, dehydration, concussion or other head injuries. If you are experiencing this regularly, it would be best to visit the doctor
Yes absoultely! Hotels are resposible for providing "safe harbor" to their guests and icy stairs do not represent this. The hotel would be liable for any damages, including hospital costs, recovery costs, as well as punitive damages.
Check where you are bruised... This makes we wonder why you put this on, haha, everything ok? Hope so :p
Family or not, you can be sued by your mother's estate for her falling down your stairs and dying. As far as coverage, you should contact your insurance agent and have them speak with the underwriter. Or call an attorney.
Yes, it is. When people trip on a step while going up, that is called 'falling up'.People often misjudge the amount of steps in a staircase. Since most don't look down, they trip over their feet.Agreed, it *is* possible to fall while going up the stairs...I just want to clarify the terminology :)Unless it's a part of speech that i never learned, I have never used the term "falling up".Whenever I(or anyone else that I have ever known, for that matter) have tripped or fallen while going uphill or upstairs, I've always only ever heard the term:"I fell down going up(the stairs/hill, etc)"or "I fell going up", or something to that extentI have *never* heard anyone use the term "falling up" or the phrase "I fell up" or "I fell up the stairs"(but again, that might be just me )In this light, i believe "falling" is the act of succumbing to the force of Gravity, which in almost all cases means "falling down"(not "falling up", which would be floating).i have fallen up stairs many times so yes you can fall up stairs
their would be no stairs in a one story house.
If someone kicks the ball at you very hard you could possibly get a concussion. Unfortunately your neck would most likely snap back when you get hit.
An electric stair lift would be installed in a home when an individual living in the home does not have the physical ability to climb the stairs, or is afraid of falling down, while trying to access a higher level of the home.
It depends. If you're describing someone who is actually standing on a step or walking up or down the stairs, you would say "on the stairs". If a person were standing in front of the stairs, you could say "at the stairs" or "at the staircase".