Let Us Handle The Complexities Of Slip-And-Fall Cases

When an accident happens on another party's property and is the result of the property owner's negligence, the personal injury case is referred to as a premises liability case. Slip-and-fall accidents are the most common type of premises liability claim. These claims can be very challenging, but the Accident Law Group is prepared to handle them.

Injuries At Businesses

Our Miami slip-and-fall accident attorneys handle injuries that occurred at malls, retail stores, supermarkets, hotels, gas stations, restaurants, bars and other businesses.

One of the key elements in these cases is demonstrating that the property owner is at fault for the accident. In some cases, a slip-and-fall is not preventable. For example, if one customer spills something in a grocery store and someone slips on the spill moments later, the establishment may not have had time to clean up and prevent the accident. On the other hand, if a spill is reported and left to linger, then it causes a slip-and-fall, it will be a strong personal injury claim.

Injuries On Rental Property

If you were injured in a slip-and-fall accident in your apartment or on rental property, you may be able to pursue compensation. Our lawyers frequently find that these accidents were the result of landlords neglecting repairs. We will hold property owners accountable in these cases.

In addition to handling slip-and-fall cases, we also handle cases involving trip-and-fall accidents. These cases may involve objects being left in walkways, defective staircases and other issues.

Injuries At Work

Workplace slip-and-fall accidents may be eligible for workers' compensation. If the accident took place outside of the work site, but occurred while performing work duties, you may be able to file both a workers' compensation and a personal injury claim.

Free Consultation

Contact us today to learn about slip-and-fall claims. Call 866-564-3245 or send an email for a free consultation with a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer.

All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis. That means you are only required to pay if we are successful in getting you compensation.

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