Slip, Trip, Fall - Premises Liability
Justice Law, personal injury law firm, Plantation Florida
Slip or trip and fall accidents often result in serious injuries or even death. As a result, property owners and managers are legally obligated to take steps to keep individuals on their property safe. In Florida, owners and managers of properties have a duty to keep their premises safe from dangerous conditions which extends to retail and grocery stores who must keep their shoppers safe, as well as owners of gas stations, strip malls, night clubs and all other commercial properties who must keep patrons safe.Meet the Justice Law attorneys
Florida Premises Liability: What Duty Does a Property Owner Have?
In determining liability for injuries sustained arising out of a premises liability action, Florida courts will focus on the status of the injured visitor as well as the condition of the property and the activities of both the owner and visitor. As such, when it is alleged that an injury was caused by a dangerous condition on a premises, the status of the injured party becomes relevant in determining the duty owed. Florida recognizes three categories of entrants on the land of another including, invitees, licensees and trespassers.
Unfortunately, some property owners or managers fail in their obligation to maintain a safe environment, fail in their responsibility to warn or protect, or fail to control or manage access and the result is a dangerous condition that could cause injury.
Justice Law's success, demonstrated by our case results, gives you confidence of our ability to litigate, negotiate, and arbitrate on your behalf. To contact a lawyer or our staff or request more information, please email email@example.com or call our office at 954-515-5656.
Premises Liability Actions Include the Following:
- - Amusement park rides
- - Defective elevators and escalators causing injury
- - Dog bites and animal attacks
- - Exposure to hazardous and toxic substances
- - Slip and fall accidents
- - Stairwell accidents
- - Swimming pool and drowning accidents
- - Trip and fall accidents
- - Negligent security
- - Unsafe handrails
Elements of a Successful Premises Liability Case
The success of your premises liability case will depend upon your attorney’s ability to prove:
- - A dangerous or defective condition existed on the property owner or manager’s premises
- - The owner or manager knew of the condition or the condition existed for such a length of time that the owner or manager should have known of the condition;
- - Identify the level of care the property owner or manager was required to provide to the individual injured on the premises and whether the owner or manager fulfilled the requirements of this duty; and
- - The dangerous or defective condition on the property caused the injury.
Contact Justice Law to speak to us about any injury or claim arising from unsafe conditions at a store, mall, sporting event, or any public or private facility. We help the injured in their fight to enforce insurance claims, their struggle to deal with the effects of an accident or injury, and the effort to restore their lives to the state before the accident. To contact a lawyer or our staff or request more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 954-515-5656.
Workplace, Store, Public Area Slip, trip, or fall
Justice Law is an experienced team of professionals, lawyers, staff, and investigators, looking out for the rights of the injured. We are ready to litigate, arbitrate, and negotiate on behalf of our clients to insure that they receive every remedy available to them under the law. Our commitment to our clients and our success in personal injury and accident law creates the record you find on our case results page.
Attorney Referrals Welcome
Justice Law welcomes referrals in all areas of personal injury including, but not limited to, dangerous products, auto accidents, premises liability, medical malpractice, wrongful death, equine accidents, maritime accidents, insurance and bad faith. We handle cases throughout the state of Florida and select cases nationwide. With over twenty years of combined experience, attorneys Cam F. Justice, Esq. and Adam D. Breit, Esq. regularly offer litigation and trial support on complex matters due to their size, scope or complicated legal issues.
The Justice Law firm will honor all referral fee arrangements and the attorney referral program offered by the firm will abide by the referral rules set forth within the Florida Bar regulations.