Cohen & Cohen Law Personal Injury Attorneys | Hollywood, FL | Call 800-332-6436

South Florida Lawyer For Slip and Fall Liability

Florida Property Owners Owe Individuals A Duty Of Care To Maintain A Safe Experience On Their Premises. If Someone Has Breached That Duty To You And You Are Suffering From The Results Of A Slip, Trip, Or Fall Injury Caused By Someone Else’s Negligence, Shouldn’t Someone Pay Besides You?

Responsibilities of Florida Property Owners Include Regular Inspections, Prompt Hazard Remediation, Provision Of Warning Signs, Ensuring Proper Lighting, And Addressing Weather-Related Conditions. This Duty Extends To Preventing Slips, Trips, And Falls Caused By Wet Or Slippery Surfaces, Uneven Flooring, Inadequate Lighting, And Other Potential Hazards. If you were a victim of someone else’s negligence, we at Cohen and Cohen will be the experience you need and the representation you can trust.

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Why Trust Cohen And Cohen With Your Slip, Trip, or Fall Case?

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Our attorneys have 50+ years of experience and have successfully represented countless clients in various types of cases from car accidents and slip and fall incidents to wrongful death claims The attorney you start your case with is the attorney you will finish your case with.

Accessibility and Convenience

Your convenience matters to us. We offer flexible meeting options, including virtual consultations, and can meet you at a location that suits your needs, whether it’s at our office, your home or a hospital room.

Personalized Legal Strategy

Every case is unique, and we understand that your needs and circumstances are different from anyone else’s. We work closely with you to develop a personalized legal strategy that addresses your goals and concerns, ensuring that your case is handled with the utmost attention and care.

Transparent Communication

You’ll never be left in the dark about the status of your case. We believe in open and honest communication, providing regular updates and answering your questions promptly. You can trust that we will keep you informed and involved every step of the way.

Results-Oriented Approach

Our ultimate goal is to secure the compensation you should get for your injuries, medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering as well as provide you with top-notch medical care. We have a proven track record of achieving favorable settlements and verdicts for our clients, and we will tirelessly fight for your rights and fair compensation.

Statute of Limitations for Premises Liability Claims in Florida

Most Premises Liability Claims are Subject to a 4-Year Statute of Limitations: You must file a claim before a four year statutory deadline ticks away. Our Florida personal injury attorneys will help you secure the evidence, build a case, and take the right steps to maximize your recovery.

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Proving Fault in Premises Liability Cases

To prove fault or negligence in a slip and fall case, the victim must prove that the person in charge of the property failed to act in a way that any reasonable person would in addressing the dangerous condition that led to the accident. In doing so, the victim and their legal team must find the answers to some relevant questions that include the following:

Was the hazardous condition present for a long enough time that a reasonably attentive person would have noticed and done something about it?
Did the person in charge of the property create the dangerous condition?
Did the property owner or manager know about the dangerous condition?

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then the property owner or manager can be held liable because it can be determined that their negligence caused the dangerous condition to occur or persist. You should note that while you are intent on proving that the property owner or someone who works for them was responsible for the condition that led to the accident, they will be trying to prove that you were at fault instead.

Actual Words Clients Have Used to Describe Their Experience

“professional from beginning to end and always available to answers any of our questions in the interim,” “They stepped right in scheduling medical appointments and therapy appointments,” “If you want a good attorney, call these guys, they won’t let you down,” “I would like to refer them to whoever is in need of a great attorney that will go out of their way to get a satisfactory settlement for any accident case,” “Working with Cohen and Cohen was absolutely an excellent choice,” “Mr. Mann answered all questions promptly, kept me posted at all times, he was very professional and at the same time caring,” “He listened to me, worked with me and led me through a very emotional personal claim,” “definitely a great and caring attorney,” “They communicated what steps needed to be taken and answered all our questions promptly,” “They never left us feeling like uncertain on anything,” “They never left us feeling like uncertain on anything,” “It’s hard to find true, genuine people and this company has it,” “Every detail was explained and the outcome was even better than what I expected,” “It was a personal experience that assured me Adam and the firm of Cohen and Cohen were not just another law office trying to push through cases as fast as possible because they genuinely cared about my health and the quality of life after this process was over.”

If these things are what you are looking for in a law firm, contact us to see how we can help you and your family.

Common Slip, Trip, and Fall Accidents

  • Poor Maintenance: Neglecting maintenance of common walkways, sidewalks, parking lots, and stairs can result in cracked or uneven surfaces, making it easy for residents to trip and fall.
  • ​Inadequate Lighting: Insufficient lighting in common areas, especially during the night, can create visibility issues and contribute to slips and falls.
  • ​Wet or Slippery Surfaces: Failure to address wet or slippery surfaces caused by rain, snow, or ice promptly can lead to accidents.
  • ​Uneven Pavement or Flooring: Uneven pavement, flooring, or loose tiles can create tripping hazards.
  • Insufficient Handrails: Missing or damaged handrails on stairs or ramps can make it challenging for residents, especially those with mobility issues, to maintain balance and prevent falls.
  • Poorly Designed or Maintained Landscaping: Overgrown bushes, tree roots disrupting walkways, and other landscaping issues can obstruct paths and increase the risk of tripping.
  • ​Lack of Warning Signs: Failure to place warning signs near hazards, such as wet floors or construction zones, can lead to accidents.
  • Spills and Debris: Neglecting to clean up spills, litter, or debris in common areas can increase the risk of slips and falls.
  • ​Negligent Pool Deck Maintenance: Slippery or poorly maintained pool decks can be dangerous when wet, leading to falls.
  • ​Playground Safety: Inadequate maintenance of playground equipment or lack of proper surfacing can result in injuries to children.
  • ​Pets and Pet Waste: Dog-related incidents, such as residents not cleaning up after their pets or dogs being off-leash in common areas, can lead to falls or other injuries.

Florida Modified Comparative Negligence

Under the new modified comparative negligence system in Florida, individuals will be barred from compensation recovery if they are more than 50% responsible for causing their own injuries.

We can help you recover the maximum compensation that you are entitled to. This can be used to help pay for lost wages, medical bills and any pain and suffering you may have experienced as a result of the accident.

What To Do Now

We welcome your questions and want to understand your situation to help you move forward and get the compensation you or your loved one is owed. Call our office at (800) 332-6436(800) 332-6436 with questions and a description of your situation to see if we can assist or to schedule a consultation. Or you may simply fill out the form above on this page. Your form will be directly emailed to our office, and you can expect a reply within one business day and often within hours of the same day. All information you share is confidential.


We help individuals like you and families like yours throughout South Florida.

Locally, people come to us from Broward County, Miami-Dade County, and Palm Beach County, including such cities as Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, West Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Jupiter, Wellington, Palm Beach Gardens, and all throughout South Florida.

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