Written By Jason Neufeld
As common as trip, slip and fall injuries are in Aventura and south Florida, many attorneys are hesitant to take these personal injury cases due to their difficulty to prove under Florida law. The team of experienced attorneys at Neufeld Law Firm has the acumen needed to evaluate the details of your trip and fall accident and to pursue appropriate compensation for damages if it’s evident you have a case.
Insurance adjusters are going to call, possibly with a sense of urgency, to hear the story of your accident claim from you. What should you say to the adjuster? In a word – nothing. You are under no obligation to record any statements about your accident until after you’ve spoken with your trip and fall attorney. An investigation into the facts surrounding your accident will need to take place if we see there is a clear trip and fall or other type of premises liability case.
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South Florida’s weather conditions often make for unsafe, precarious surfaces. Common causes of slips, trips, falls and other premise liability-related accidents would include things like:
Anytime someone takes an unexpected spill there is going to be some kind of effect – ranging from general embarrassment to catastrophic personal injury. Here are a few examples of some of the trip and fall or premise liability injuries we’ve seen over the years:
In addition, many of these injuries create pain and suffering for the victims of someone’s negligence. Again, these cases can be challenging to prove, but when you have experienced any of these injuries based on the above causes, it is right to pursue compensation.
South Florida Premises Liability Lawyers
Not all Aventura trip and fall accident attorneys are the same. The team of professionals at Neufeld, Kleinberg & Pinkiert, PA, have over 90 years experience to draw from to help you understand your rights and what it takes to protect them.
Call today for your free consultation and find out how we can help.
It may help you to know that we take cases on a contingency fee basis. This just means that if there is no recovery, you do not pay. If you have questions regarding what the law says about trip and fall accidents, we encourage you to contact us online anytime.