Aggressive Representation For Slip-And-Fall Injuries

Each year, countless slip- (or trip-) and-fall incidents take place on private property across the nation, often resulting in injuries. If you are a victim of such a fall, you may be entitled to recover medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Florida law provides that a person who falls must prove that the owner/operator of the home or business was at fault. Additionally, even if a hazardous condition exists on the property, the owner/manager must have had constructive knowledge of the condition prior to the incident and been given sufficient time to correct the situation in order to prove fault.

Protect Your Potential Claim

If you fall or slip on private property, there are a few things you should do to protect your potential claim:

  • Notify the owner/manager immediately and make sure that he or she takes a written statement or report. Ask for a copy, even though some companies will not provide you with the report.
  • Get the names, phone numbers and addresses of any witnesses to the incident (including employees).
  • Take photographs of the area of the fall and/or the substance or item that caused you to slip or fall.

Speak To A Personal Injury Attorney At Johnson & Montas P.A. Today

We offer a free initial consultation to explain your rights and answer your questions. We provide this consultation without any obligation to hire us. Call Johnson & Montas P.A. at 321-307-2048 or fill out our contact form to talk to a lawyer.