Central Florida Lawyers For Victims Of Slip-And-Fall Accidents

When a customer is injured on a business property or a guest is hurt while visiting someone's personal residence, the first thing the property owner will often try to do is blame the victim. Evidence of the unsafe condition is quickly cleaned up or repaired and excuses are made to avoid liability.

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Slip-and-fall accident claims fall under the broad legal umbrella of premises liability claims. In order to obtain full compensation for slip-and-fall injuries, the injured party must prove the property owner was negligent in the property's upkeep or repairs. In Florida, a heavy burden of proof is placed on the plaintiff (injured party) to demonstrate that they did not share in the negligence.

At Saunders Law Group, we understand what is at stake for victims of slip-and-fall accidents, and our attorneys have a record of success in these matters. We can help you seek the maximum available compensation after suffering an injury due to dangerous property conditions.

Ready To Help When Others Won't
"Winning these cases requires skilled case preparation and presentation of irrefutable facts. Many personal injury litigation firms no longer handle slip-and-fall injury claims because of the high standards of evidence required to prove negligence on the part of the property owner." — Attorney Thomas C. Saunders

Turn To A Proven Personal Injury Law Firm — Saunders Law Group

At Saunders Law Group, we aggressively represent individuals who have suffered injuries due to property owner negligence. When you enlist our services, we will build your case from the ground up, starting with gathering the evidence as it existed at the time of the accident. We know there is no excuse for shortcuts. While our focus is on investigating, preparing and settling your case, your focus can be on healing from your injuries.

Our experience in premises liability and wrongful death litigation includes cases related to:

  • Store owner or business manager negligence
  • Insufficient lighting and security
  • Poor maintenance of parking lots, parking ramps and sidewalks
  • Falling products, materials and equipment
  • Dog bites, pet owner negligence
  • Unsafe residential swimming pools
  • Unsafe park or personal playground equipment

Serious injuries often resulting from premises liability claims include:

  • Spinal injuries, partial or full paralysis
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Bone fractures
  • Ligament, tendon and cartilage damage
  • Burns and serious scarring
  • Internal organ injuries

Get The Legal Help You Need To Prove Your Case

From our offices in Bartow, Florida, we represent clients in Polk, Highlands, Hardee and Hillsborough counties. For a free consultation, call us at 863-578-4755 or send an email with a brief explanation of your case. We represent clients in personal injury matters on a contingency-fee basis. You don't pay if you don't receive money damages.