Slip and Fall at Target in Daytona Beach
Target is a well-known department store located in and around South Florida with one location on West International Speedway Boulevard, Daytona Beach. The nationwide store sells home goods, clothing, pharmaceutical products, electrical appliances and other popular consumer goods. Most Targets also provide their customers with male and female restrooms.
All department stores, including Target in Daytona Beach are required to maintain a suitable level of safety for the benefit of all patrons who enter their premises. While, store managers and owners may take their duty of care very seriously, accidents can happen when you least expect it.
Customers who have suffered a slip, trip, and fall at a Target in Daytona Beach or any other department store, may be able to pursue damages against the popular business establishment. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your case, the Florida personal injury lawyers at Frankl Kominsky are available to assist you throughout the pursuit of your injury claim, and try to help you achieve the best possible settlement.
Our slip and fall lawyers who serve the Daytona Beach area understand the hardship that may be associated with the aftermath of a slip and fall incident. This is why Frankl Kominsky utilize their experience to try and prevent clients from any legal oversights that could negatively impact their slip and fall injury claim.
Our premises liability lawyers are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day to answer your call, and help you determine grounds for a possible personal injury case against the business establishment where your slip and fall occurred. Call us today at 386-800-8000 to schedule your free consultation with one of our experienced injury attorneys serving the Daytona Beach area.
Keep reading to review important information about slip and fall injuries and legal proceedings.Types of Slip and Fall Injuries
Injuries that might result from a slip, trip and fall accident can range from mild and short term, to extreme and long term. In some cases, a slip and fall incident could even result in death. Regardless of the severity of your injuries it is important to undergo a medical evaluation immediately following your accident.
Injuries that a slip and fall victim may be diagnosed with include:
- Fractures and sprains: If you have been a victim of a slip and fall, the sudden movement may have caused you to twist and sprain your wrist, ankle, knee or another body part. Elderly slip and fall victims whose bones may have been weakened by age can also be more susceptible to multiple breaks and fractures.
- Head injuries: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injuries in the United States. Head injuries can range from a mild concussion to a more severe head trauma that can result in mood changes, seizures, cognitive damage, and other potentially life-threatening symptoms. 40% of traumatic brain injuries are caused by falls that require emergency hospitalization.
- Spinal cord damage: A slip and fall incident might cause the victims vertebrae to fracture leading to potentially significant loss of mobility, and severe pain. A spinal cord injury might result in temporary or long-term immobility. In some cases, it is possible for a slip and fall victim to become permanently paralyzed because of their accident.
- Nerve damage: If you have experienced a slip and fall injury, there is a chance you may develop short or long term nerve damage that could requires ongoing therapy. In extreme circumstances you may need to undergo an operation to help rectify the impairment.
If you have been a victim of a slip and fall accident at a Target or any other business establishment in Daytona Beach, seek a medical evaluation immediately to determine the severity of your personal injuries. Then, once your health has stabilized make it a priority to contact a slip and fall lawyer at Frankl Kominsky for your free legal assessment. Our Florida personal injury lawyers will try to determine the best possible strategy to pursue your slip and fall case.When to File Your Slip and Fall Lawsuit
Under Florida Law a slip and fall victim must file their personal injury lawsuit no later than four (4) years after the incident occurred. Filing a slip and fall lawsuit for damages beyond the statute of limitations will likely result in your case being dismissed with zero slip and fall expenses recovered.
Although a slip and fall victim has four (4) years to file their lawsuit against the business establishment that caused their personal injury accident, it is highly advisable to contact a slip and fall injury attorney as soon as possible. This is because by seeking professional legal advice, a slip and fall victim can potentially avoid any possible legal challenges that could otherwise derail their case, and begin the claims process with the assistance of skilled litigators.Why You Need a Slip and Fall Attorney
Sadly, if you have experienced a slip and fall, the last thing you may want to do is involve a lawyer. However, by contacting a slip and fall attorney at Frankl Kominsky you might help to decrease the stress that might be associated with any potentially difficult insurance companies.
At Frankl Kominsky, our attorneys who serve the Daytona Beach area have the skills and experience to try to negotiate with challenging insurers, potentially complacent store managers, and any other obstacle that could possibly materialize during the slip and fall claims process. Furthermore, we work hard to try and steer your injury case in the right direction to try and help our slip and fall clients obtain compensation for their unfortunate injuries. At Frankl Kominsky, we strive to pursue your case with compassion and understanding so that you might be able to recover from your personal injury in peace.Call the Slip and Fall Lawyers Today at Frankl Kominsky, Serving the Daytona Beach area!
If you were injured in a slip and fall accident at a business location similar to Target in Daytona Beach turn to Frankl Kominsky for comprehensive legal guidance. Call 386-800-8000 or use our Contact Form to set up a free consultation.