Florida Slip and Fall Lawyer
Have you or someone you love been injured in a Slip and Fall Accident?
At Frankl & Kominsky, we have recovered more than $75 Million dollars in accident and injury settlements. Our Florida Injury Lawyers have over 40 years of combined legal experience and have represented more than 6,000 clients.
Types of Slip and Fall Cases We Handle
Slip and Falls at Private Residences
Retail Stores or Shopping Malls
Restaurants, Hotels, Nightclubs
Schools, Parks, Sports Stadiums
Parking Garage or Parking Lots
What to do after a Slip and Fall Accident
Seek medical treatment for your injuries
Take photos and video of the scene of the accident to include any liquid or uneven surfaces
Collect contact information and statements from witnesses
File an accident report with the business
What Not To Do After A Slip and Fall Injury
Do not provide a recorded statement to the Insurance Company
Do not sign any documents from the insurance company
Do not avoid medical treatment
Do not accept a settlement without speaking with a qualified Slip and Fall lawyer near you
Who is Responsible for my Slip and Fall Accident?
In some states like Florida, property owners have an obligation to keep their premises safe and secure. They are required by law to fix any hazards on their property and, at the very least, make sure that guests are adequately warned of any dangers. When a property owner is negligent in maintaining their premises, and a visitor is injured as a result, our attorneys may be able to help the injured party recover compensation for their losses. In Florida, a landowner can be considered negligent if they knew or should have known of a hazard and failed to repair it, or failed to provide warning about a known hazard.
Did you fall at work? We Can Help
In Florida, many workers visit local hospitals and urgent care for work related injuries caused by a slip, trip and fall accident. This could be caused by as slippery substance, falling objects, falling from a roof or high surface.Invitees vs Licensees vs Trespassers
In Florida, all visitors to the property are divided into three categories:
An invitee is someone who has the landowner’s express or implied permission to enter the property. Invitees are usually people like friends, relatives, and neighbors. The landowner traditionally owed an invitee a duty of reasonable care to keep the property reasonably safe for the invitee.
A licensee is someone who has the landowner’s express or implied permission to enter the property, but is coming onto the property for his or her own purposes. Licensees are usually people like salesmen. The landowner traditionally owed a licensee a lesser duty only to warn the licensee of dangerous conditions that create an unreasonable risk of harm if the landowner knows about the condition and the licensee is not likely to be able to discover it.
A trespasser is someone who is not authorized to be on the property.
I was injured on someone else's property. What should I do?
In Florida: What damages can you recover in a Slip and Fall claim?
Full or Partial Disability
Cost of home accommodations
Lost Wages or Future wages
Pain and Suffering
How Frankl & Kominsky Injury Lawyers Can Help
At Frankl & Kominsky, our Florida Injury Lawyers have represented more than 6,000 clients and have recovered more than $75 Million Dollars in Accident and Injury Cases. Our attorneys have over 40 years of combined legal experience and have worked on both sides of Personal Injury Claims.
Free Consultation with A Florida Slip and Fall Lawyer
Our Slip and Fall Lawyers offer a Free, No Obligation Consultation by calling 855-997-1744. Our team is available 24/7-365 to help all those injured in a slip and fall accident.