Fort Myers Premises Liability and Slip and Fall Lawyers


Property owners in Fort Myers and the surrounding areas are responsible for maintaining their properties in a safe condition to protect visitors and, in some cases, trespassers from harm. When they fail to meet these conditions, accidents can happen, and the victim you could be owed compensation for their injury.

Whether you got injured in a grocery store, a shopping mall, or a negligently maintained office building, our premises liability attorneys can work with you to help you receive payment medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and more.

Highlighted Slip & Fall: Office Building

Many Floridians in one of our many corporate parks, meaning many of us spend the lion’s share of our week inside office buildings. Due to the extensive hours spent in these buildings, we expect to be provided with safe working environments. If this isn’t the case and you sustain an injury in your office building due to negligence you may be able to file a lawsuit.

While many have heard the phrase “you cannot sue your employer”, this doesn’t mean you won’t have recourse to be compensated for your injuries. Workers’ compensation will help you recover for lost wages, medical bills and future restrictions due to an accident if your employer is responsible – but what should you do if the accident happens at work at your employer isn’t at fault?

A slip and fall accident in an office building may be due to negligence by the building’s landlord or management company, a security guard or contractors working inside of the building. With so many people responsible for the safety of those within office buildings, it is imperative that you contact a lawyher to help figure out who is to blame for an accident so you get properly compensated for your injuries!

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How Our Fort Myers Slip and Fall Attorneys Can Help

A slip and fall lawyer will review the facts of your accident to determine if you have a viable claim for damages. In preparing your claim, your attorney may collect photo/video evidence, interview witnesses, review accident reports and medical records and determine who is at fault. They will then work with medical experts to evaluate the extent of your injuries. Lastly the lawyer will work to reach a settlement or take your case to trail to ensure you are compensated justly for your injuries.