Personal Injury Lawyers Seek Compensation for Slips, Trips and Falls in Lakeland, Sebring & Sarasota, FL
Guiding you on the road to recovery
Sessums Law Group, P.A. seeks full and fair compensation for those injured in slip and fall and other types of premises liability cases. We protect your right to recover the costs of medical care, lost wages and diminished earning capacity. We have more than 30 years’ combined experience standing up to insurance companies and we won’t back down until you are treated fairly.
Where do slip and fall accidents typically occur?
Slip and fall accidents can happen anytime and anywhere. Whether your accident happened during a quick trip to the corner store or while on vacation at one of Florida’s many theme parks, odds are good you didn’t plan to wind up in the emergency room that day. Common places that slips, trips and falls occur include:
Our personal injury attorneys evaluate your case and develop a plan to pursue compensation for your injuries.
What are some common slip and fall injuries?
Slip and fall injuries can range from minor to severe. Some serious types of injuries linked to falls include:
In extreme cases, a slip and fall can be fatal. Sessums Law Group, P.A. protects injured parties’ rights to seek full and fair compensation and we represent family members in wrongful death claims when needed.
How can I prove the property owner is responsible?
Property owners have a legal duty to protect people from injuries on their property due to slips, trips, falls and other accidents. This legal responsibility is known as premises liability. If a person is injured due to a dangerous or hazardous condition, such as the accumulation of ice, snow or water, abrupt changes in flooring, poor lighting or hidden hazards, the property owner can be held responsible.
In order for a property owner to be held liable for injuries from a slip and fall accident, one of the following must be true:
- The owner of the property or an employee knew about the hazardous condition but took no action to correct it.
- The owner of the property or an employee should have been aware of the hazardous condition. For example, a landlord may be held responsible if a tenant is injured due to a problem in a rental property that would have been discovered during routine maintenance checks.
Contact Florida slip and fall lawyers for help at Sessums Law Group, P.A. today
Call Sessums Law Group, P.A. for a free personal injury consultation. We seek full and fair compensation for those injured by the negligence of others. We serve clients throughout Polk, Highlands and Hillsborough counties. Contact our Lakeland office at 877-826-5630, our Sebring office at 863-658-4796, our Sarasota office at 941-315-4293 or contact us online to set up a meeting. At Sessums Law Group, P.A., we stand for you!