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Kissimmee Slip & Fall
Property owners in Kissimmee have a duty to their guests to keep their property safe and free of hazards. When property owners fail in their responsibilities to the public, the consequences can result in serious injury or even death to guests.
Whether you’re visiting a private home in Kissimmee, shopping at The Florida Mall, or visiting nearby Disney World, property owners must make sure their premises are maintained and free of hazards that could cause injury to guests like you. If there is a known dangerous condition on the property, the owner must endeavor to fix or remove the hazard, as well as warn guests that a hazard is present.
However, it can be difficult to prove that a property owner acted negligently in maintaining their property. That’s where our attorneys at Morgan & Morgan’s Kissimmee office can help. Our slip and fall attorneys have a proven track record of success in holding property owners liable for their neglectful conduct.
If you or someone you love was hurt on another’s property, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering, and more. Fill out our free, no-risk case evaluation form to learn what our attorneys can do for you.
The Responsibility of a Property Owner in Kissimmee
If the owner had knowledge of a dangerous condition on their property and failed to fix it or warn the injured victim about the condition, the victim would possibly have a valid claim for a slip and fall lawsuit. The following categories of guests that an owner is obligated to protect include:
Invitee: An individual who enters a property for a business-related reason, such as a patron of a restaurant or a member of a gym. The owner of this property must regularly maintain this property and repair any defects that could pose a hazard.
Licensee: A person who visits the home for non-business purposes, such as a guest visiting a friend’s home to attend a dinner party. The owner of the home must warn these guests about any dangerous conditions.
Trespasser: An individual who enters a property without permission. Adult trespassers are given limited legal protection, but children are more protected under the law if the property contains an attractive nuisance that is not property secured, such as a swimming pool without a locked fence.
Common Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents
Our Kissimmee slip and fall attorneys handle a variety of premises liability cases, including causes of injuries such as:
- Building code violations;
- Lack of safety and warning signs;
- Poor maintenance of buildings and sidewalks;
- Wet surfaces;
- Defective balconies;
- Cluttered and hazardous pedestrian paths;
- Poor lighting on premises;
- Broken or malfunctioning staircases and escalators; and
How Much Does a Slip and Fall Attorney Cost?
Our attorneys work on a contingency-fee basis, meaning you pay no upfront costs or consultation fees. You will only pay a reasonable fee to your attorney if he or she is successful at winning your case and recovering compensation.
How Our Slip and Fall Attorneys Can Help
Our experienced slip and fall attorneys in Kissimmee will gather the evidence necessary to hold the responsible property owner liable for your injuries, determine the exact cause of your accident, and prove the extent of your injuries. As your attorney works to strengthen your claim, they may do the following:
- Determine how and why you were on the premises;
- Investigate the scene of the accident to collect photographic evidence;
- Discover if the property owner has had similar complaints of negligence or lawsuits filed against them in the past;
- Interview witnesses of the accident; or
- Determine what the property owner could have done to prevent the accident and remove the hazard from their property.
If you were the victim of a slip and fall accident, we can help. Fill out our free, no-risk case evaluation form to see what our attorneys can do for you.