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Slip and Fall

Fort Lauderdale Premises Liability Attorney

Slip and Fall

Premises Liability, Slip & Fall and Negligent Security

Slip or trip-and-fall cases are a very common type of premises liability claim. Premises liability claims refer to accidents that happen when someone is hurt or injured due to an unsafe condition on another person’s property. Owners and tenants (of single family homes, condominiums, commercial buildings, residential rental buildings, parking lots, hotels, amusement parks, restaurants, schools, businesses, etc.) have a duty to provide a reasonably safe environment and to warn of any known dangers to prevent injury to those that visit the property.

Our law firm handles premises liability claims involving slip-and-falls, negligent security and trip-and-falls. We recommend that you consult with a lawyer experienced in handling premises liability cases before speaking to any insurance company adjuster or representative. Some of the common causes of premises liability lawsuits include:

  • Wet floors, slippery surfaces, uneven floors, ripped carpeting, debris, etc.
  • Potholes
  • Ramps or stairs without handrails, guardrails or which are too steep
  • Unsafe equipment
  • Unsafe furnishings, stairways, ceilings, roofs
  • Falling products from store shelves
  • Chemical leaks/dangerous chemicals/inhalation
  • Uneven elevator to floor landings
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Lack of security (harm/injury/assault/violence)
  • Building code violations

The attorneys at Abramowitz, Pomerantz & Morehead P.A. are experienced personal injury lawyers who have handled numerous premises liability actions. If you or someone you know has a slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall claim resulting in injuries or death, our firm is available to analyze the situation and discuss the issues and strategies involved in bringing a claim. These include identifying the parties who own or control the property, analyzing the potential liability of the at-fault party, evaluating the amount of damages you may be entitled to and the potential for successfully collecting any damages awarded from the at-fault party or its insurer.

For more information or to discuss your potential premises liability claim, at no cost or obligation, contact us or call us at 954-572-7200. We welcome your inquiries.