Check out this video about slip and fall claims on a rental property in Tallahassee. Then call Serrano Law for a free legal consultation.
If I fell and injured myself on a rental property, who pays for my bills?
We had a client in Tallahassee that recently, unfortunately, was injured severely from falling off of steps where there was some liquid that was allowed to remain on the steps. It was at a neighbor’s house, but the neighbor was the tenant, not the landlord. The question was, “Do I have a claim?” number one and, two, “How do I proceed?”
The first analysis is always difficult for premises liability. You have to decide whether there is a claim. Just because you fall off of steps, doesn’t necessarily mean you have a claim. The liability analysis is there, but when it comes to whether they can sue or make a claim against the – for instance, in this case – landlord, the answer is yes, but you have to establish whether there is liability. It’s not just a case because you fell. Unfortunately for this particular client, he sustained damages that exceeded $400,000, so it was definitely worth getting a thorough analysis of the liability portion of the case before we could decide whether there was a case.
Give us a call and we’ll be glad to look at your premises liability claim.
Were you or a loved one severly injured in a trip and fall in Florida and have questions about slip and fall claims on a rental property? Contact experienced Florida slip and fall lawyers at Serrano Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
In order to serve you best, we have personal injury law offices located in both Tampa and Tallahassee.
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