Do I Have a Good Slip and Fall Case?

Today’s question is: Do I Have a Good Slip and Fall Case?

Slip and Fall Cases require you to prove negligence, that means that you are required to prove that someone else is legally responsible for your injuries.
A common misconception is that merely sustaining an accident on someone else’s property makes the reliable for your injuries. Truth is, slip and fall cases are often harder to prove than auto accidents because knowing who’s at fault isn’t always easy to prove.
For example if you slip and fall on a wet floor at a store you need to prove the store knew the liquid was on the ground and failed to clean it up or warn you. For this reason determining the merits of your case will require an examination of the specific details surrounding your fall.

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Omar A. Cardenas

Omar A. Cardenas

My name is Omar A. Cardenas, and I have dedicated my legal career to making people whole after they have suffered an accident or a loss. If you live in Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, Collier, or Lee County, Florida, and have been injured as a result of another’s negligence or have suffered a loss to your home or business, let me represent you in your fight to be made whole again.
Omar A. Cardenas

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