Kendall Slip and Fall Attorneys
The law places a duty on property owners to ensure their property is free of any foreseeable dangerous conditions that could result in injury to individuals legally allowed to be on the owner’s property. Guests, customers, and licensees who come on the premises have a reasonable expectation that the premises do not contain any foreseeable dangerous situations. Premises liability is created when a person is injured on the property as the result of a condition that the owner could have foreseen. This liability most often arises when a customer, guest, or other invitee slips or trips and falls while moving about the property.
There are many conditions that can be deemed foreseeable and dangerous, but some of the most common are the presence of water or other liquid substances on the floor, narrow stairwells or hallways, uneven stairs or sidewalks, wobbly railings, and poorly lit stairwells or hallways. Property owners have a duty under law to ensure that their property is well-maintained, which means that owners must perform repairs when necessary and employ preventative maintenance to protect anyone who is legally allowed to be on their property. Preventative measures that should be used by owners and landlords include placing warning signs around spills; blocking off uneven sidewalks or stairs; and filling in potholes.
Slip and fall accidents often result in painful, serious injuries, including severe back pain, broken bones, torn ligaments, and spinal cord injuries. These injuries are unpredictable, often hard to fully recover from, and can seriously affect a victim’s quality of life. Many victims of slip or trip and fall accidents are unable to work for a period of time, which can leave them without the income they have come to depend upon. As medical expenses stack up, victims of slip and fall accidents may experience stress and not know how they will ever pay for their recovery; however, if someone sustains injuries in a slip and fall caused by a premises owner’s negligence, that person should not have to pay for his or her own medical expenses. If you have suffered injuries in a slip and fall accident, the Kendall slip and fall attorneys at the Friedland Law Group can help you recover compensation for your injuries, pain and suffering, and past and future lost wages.
Slip or trip and fall cases are subject to strict guidelines imposed by Florida law, so if you have been injured in one of these accidents, you should contact a Kendall slip and fall lawyer as soon as possible after you have been injured. Once you contact our attorneys, they will investigate your slip and fall case and work hard to prove that the premises owner was aware of the dangerous condition that caused your injuries and allowed you on their property before correcting that condition.
The lawyers at the Friedland Law Group have spent their entire careers working on personal injury cases. For over twenty years, they have been helping clients recover compensation for their injuries. Jonathan Friedland has worked on many slip and fall cases and has provided some relief for his clients in the way of hundreds of thousands of dollars. In a recent case, he recovered $493,000 from Wal-Mart after one of his clients slipped and fell on water in a store and suffered a torn shoulder and a torn ACL. If you or someone you love has suffered injuries in a slip or trip and fall accident on another individual’s property, contact the Kendall attorneys today for your free consultation! You only pay fees if our attorneys recover compensation for you! Call now and let our family take care of your family!