Have you or a loved one been the victim of a slip-and-fall accident and are unsure what to do next? When your health, financial stability and future are on the line, an experienced personal injury attorney can help ensure that your rights are represented during the claims process.

At The Rain Law Firm, our skilled personal injury attorneys have 55 years' combined experience helping accident victims recover from injuries they couldn't foresee or prevent. We are deeply dedicated to finding creative solutions to help clients with their negligence claims —and we look forward to helping you as well.

Slip-And-Fall Liability Claims

Slip-and-fall injuries can occur anywhere and lead to severe injuries that can result in high medical bills, time off work and lasting pain and injury. Many premises liability cases are a result of negligence either by a property owner or company where unsafe conditions result in a pedestrian suffering preventable injuries. You may be entitled to compensation if you suffered a slip-and-fall injury:

  • At a commercial property — Commercial properties such as retail and grocery stores can be held liable for slip-and-fall accidents by customers if they failed to adequately warn of a hazard or provide a safe environment
  • On private property — Uneven or unsafe stairwells, poor lighting and known hazards on private property can result in injury and sometimes be deemed the fault of the property owner following slip-and-fall incidents.
  • On government-owned property — If you are injured on an unsafe sidewalk, walkway or crosswalk that presents a hazard and is maintained by the government, you may be entitled to compensation for its negligence.

A South Florida slip-and-fall lawyer can help you gather information, witness statements and footage of the incident to help you achieve the best possible outcome for your injury claim. At The Rain Law Firm, we have the knowledge and know-how to effectively navigate the court system and ensure that your legal rights are protected.

What Is A Property Notice?

The law requires that property owners provide reasonable care to protect those who may be entering their property. If an owner is aware of a problem that is dangerous, such as a wet floor that cannot be immediately rectified, it is the owner's responsibility to post a notice about the danger. Without a notice or warning of a dangerous condition, the owner may be held liable.

At The Rain Law Firm, you are more than just a number. If you have suffered a slip-and-fall injury due to an unsafe condition, contact us online or call our office in Hollywood, Florida, today at 855-368-8956 or 855-330-RAIN to schedule your consultation. We can help you achieve the best possible outcome for your slip-and-fall injury claim.