Florida Slip and Fall
In Florida, state law requires a property owner to maintain the property in a manner that reduces or eliminates risks to the property’s visitors. When you’re injured in a slip and fall due to a sticky or wet floor at a mall, a grocery store, or at a restaurant, to receive compensation for your injuries, you’ll have to show that the owner of the property was negligent. During your free one-on-one consultation, Attorney Natlie G. Figgers will explain every element that you must prove in your personal injury claim for to get you the compensation that you deserve.
The Slip and Fall Statute of Limitations in Florida:
In addition to proving every element, anyone who is injured in a slip and fall must get their lawsuit filed against the property owner within four years of the incident. Miss the deadline, and your case is sure to be dismissed, unless a rare exception applies to alter or extend the filing window. Our attorneys can provide with the details on these exceptions and other information on how the statute of limitations applies to your case.