What will the defendant argue against me in my Florida slip and fall case?
Insurance companies tend to blame the victim for their own injuries in a slip and fall case. For example, these defendants will usually argue that you weren't watching where you were going, that you were walking too fast, or that... Watch
What must I prove to win my slip and fall case?
In 2010 Florida Legislature passed a new slip-and-fall statute which helped business owners and hurt plaintiffs. Under the new statute, a plaintiff must prove that the business owner knew, or should have known, about the slippery condition with enough time... Watch
Should I take any photographs if I was injured in a slip and fall?
You hear it all the time, a picture is worth a thousand words. In a slip and fall case, a picture may be worth a whole lot more. Sometimes a photograph is the best evidence to prove your side of... Watch
If I have been injured in a parking lot, who can I sue?
Depending on the facts of your case, you may have three liable corporate defendants who may be responsible for your injuries if you've been injured in a parking lot. The first is the owner and operator of the parking lot.... Watch
How long do I have to file a Florida slip and fall case?
With certain error exceptions, you have four years to file your personal injury case involving your slip and fall. Course, it's advisable to file your claim more quickly, because with each passing year, the chances of you uncovering all the... Watch
Can a building owner’s violation of a building code ever be used to help me win a Florida slip and fall case?
The short answer is yes. Violation of a building code is prima facie evidence that the defendant was negligent in your case. A building code could entail almost anything. For example, was there adequate lighting, were the steps in confirmation... Watch