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Slip & Fall Accidents

Under Florida Law: a property owner owes two duties to an invitee(1) to use reasonable care in maintaining the premises in a reasonably safe condition, and (2) to give the invitee warning of concealed perils which are or should be known to the landowner, and which are unknown to the invitee and cannot be discovered by him through the exercise of due care

Slip or Trip and fall cases are considered some of the tougher personal injury cases by certain personal injury firms.  We do not share this view.  With our experience in investigating slip and fall cases, our knowledge of the correct experts to use, and advanced research skills, we can turn a difficult case into one where the liability falls squarely on the owner of the property.

What should you do if you slip/trip on someone else’s property?

Detectable Warnings FBC 11-4.29 | Where Required

  • Detectable warnings at hazardous vehicular areas
  • Detectable warnings at reflecting pools

What should you do if you slip/trip on someone else’s property?

Follow the 3 C's

  • CALL 911:
    Get help and make sure you seek immediate medical attention.
  • COLLECT Evidence:

    Take photos of the scene and what you tripped on.
    Get contact information for any witnesses who saw the crash.
    Get an incident report from the store.

  • CALL Atlantic Injury Law: