Slip & Fall Accident Attorneys
Recovering Millions for Our Clients in Gainesville & Ocala
Slip and fall accidents may be caused by seemingly minor safety hazards, but the effects that they have on those injured can be devastating. If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident due to the negligence of a property owner or manager, you may have legal cause to take action and recover medical expenses, lost wages, and other forms of financial compensation.
Our Gainesville & Ocala personal injury lawyers at Allen Law Firm, P.A. have nearly 200 years in combined legal experienced and have recovered more than $100 million in settlements for our clients. During your free consultation, we can sit down with you at our office or your location, better understand the situation, and create effective strategies for pursuing the recovery of monetary damages.
Florida Premises Liability Law
Under Florida law, property owners and managers are expected to keep their premises reasonably safe for those who visit. If the owner or manager is aware, or should be aware, of a safety hazard and fails to fix or warn about it, they could be held liable for resulting injuries. This area of law falls under a legal concept that is known as premises liability.
There are numerous unsafe circumstances that may cause a slip and fall accident, including:
- Standing puddles of water or liquid
- Wet and slippery surfaces
- Snow and ice on sidewalks, parking lots, and other walkways
- Uneven, unstable, or broken steps
- Defective flooring
- Improperly secured mats or carpets
- Debris in walkways
- Hidden drop-offs
- Concealed holes or potholes
Schedule Your Free Consultation Today
When clients face major adversity as a result of a slip and fall accident, our Gainesville personal injury attorneys will never treat it as a minor incident. We have helped numerous victims get back on their feet with the financial assistance they require to move forward with their lives.
By giving you a completely straightforward rundown about the nature of your case and aggressively contending with the property owner or manager on your behalf, our goal is to do everything possible to help you get full and fair compensation.
Contact us today at (352) 331-6789 in Gainesville or (352) 351-3258 in Ocala and schedule your free consultation!