Slip & Fall Injuries in Polk County

What is a slip and fall case?

Premises liability law holds property owners accountable for the conditions of their property. Under these laws, landowners must maintain reasonable standards of care and safety on their properties. Additionally, premises liability laws ensure the rights of individuals injured due to unsafe conditions on these premises to pursue compensation for their injuries and associated damages. Many of these injuries are the result of incidents classified as "slip and fall" accidents.

Dangerous conditions that could be responsible for a slip and fall accident include:

  • Missing steps
  • Broken railings
  • Uneven sidewalks
  • Unmarked wet floors
  • Obstacles or extreme clutter
  • Wet or icy walkways

Unfortunately, there have been recent changes to Florida state law regarding slip and fall injuries. These changes make it more difficult for injury victims to obtain the compensation they need - and even more important to obtain the assistance of a qualified Polk County personal injury lawyer. At Abercrombie, P.A., we understand these changes and are prepared to protect your rights.

Schedule your free consultation with our personal injury attorney today!

Our Central Florida law firm is known for successful and efficient advocacy. We are dedicated to our clients and passionate about defending their rights. We know how to pursue the result you deserve to your case and how to do so in an effective and efficient manner. With more than a decade of experience in both negotiation and courtroom advocacy, you can rely on Abercrombie, P.A. to protect your interests no matter the odds.

Have you been injured in a slip and fall accident because of unsafe conditions on another person's property? Receive perspective about your case and whether or not you are likely to prove successful in pursuit of compensation. The most important step you can take is to speak with a lawyer.

Call Abercrombie, P.A. today to set up your free initial consultation at our Polk County firm!