Premises Liability

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Premises liability cases arise when you suffer an injury as a result of a defective or dangerous condition while on the premises of another person or business. Property owners and occupants owe a duty to others to maintain their property free from a dangerous or unsafe condition that is not readily apparent. Premises liability is not solely limited to businesses; it applies to private residences as well. Many times property owners and occupants allow customers, invitees, and licensees to enter an area on their property that may contain slippery floors, trip hazards, dangerous holes, defective/broken staircases and handrails, and broken steps/concrete, which can pose serious risk to invited guests who are unaware of the defect. Many injuries can result from this type of negligence including fractures, torn muscles or ligaments, herniated discs, brain trauma and spinal cord injuries. If an invitee is injured, the owner, operator or manager of the property where the injury occurred may be responsible for the injury.

Typically, buildings and premises are required to comply with building and safety codes that mandate the property meet a certain safety standard. Unfortunately, many buildings and landowners fail to comply with the building and safety codes. As a result, the property can become full of hazardous and unsafe conditions that can cause many serious injuries. Examples of instances in which the owner or operator is liable for injuries include, among others, slip and fall accidents, construction site accidents, negligent security, exposure to chemicals or mold, dog bites, and swimming pool accidents.

If you have been injured due to the negligence of a property owner while on or near their property, call the Friedland Law Group today. The Miami slip and fall lawyers at the Friedland Law Group can help you obtain the recovery you deserve for the injuries, including compensation for present and future lost wages, medical expenses and pain and suffering. Florida law imposes extremely strict requirements for premises liability cases, so call the Friedland Law Group today! Let the Friedland Law Group protect your rights and help you recover during these difficult times. Premises liability cases require the use of experts—architects, engineers and safety personnel—to examine the premises and expose the code and safety violations as soon as possible.

The Coral Gables slip and fall attorneys at the Friedland Law Group have successfully recovered substantial compensation for their clients who fell victims to hazardous premises. A Miami jury recently awarded a Friedland Law Group client $393,000 for her slip and fall injuries that occurred in a Hialeah Wal-Mart. Miami personal injury lawyers, Jonathan Friedland and Michael Carmona helped the client through the entire process to get the compensation she deserved. A separate Miami jury awarded $260,000 to a Friedland Law Group client who, while working as a security guard fell over a loose carpet while investigating an incident and tore cartilage in his knee and wrist, both of which required surgery to correct. The attorneys at the Friedland Law Group negotiated a $110,000 settlement for a client who suffered an injury to his knee when he slipped and fell on water outside of the defendant’s restaurant. The attorneys also negotiated a $250,000 settlement for another client who fell on an oily substance outside defendant’s store and suffered injuries in her lower back that required surgery.

Call the Hialeah slip and fall lawyers at the Friedland Law Group at 305-661-2008 or fill out the contact information to your left to receive your FREE consultation; Mr. Friedland will meet with you and your family to discuss your options and advise you as to what actions need to be taken. Many victims never get the settlement they deserve because they are unsure if they have a claim. Don’t hesitate—Contact the Fort Lauderdale slip and fall lawyers at the Friedland Law Group today! Let our family take care of your family!

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