Proving Fault in a Florida Slip-and-Fall Case

Slip-and-falls are accidents that occur when an individual loses their footing, falls and is injured on someone else’s property. Typically the injured individual can pursue compensation if they were harmed due to the property owner’s negligence.

3 Items That Must Be Established in a Slip-and-Fall

In order to be eligible for financial compensation, the injured individual must prove that the following are true:

  • The property owner or homeowner owed a duty of care to the person injured. By having their doors open for business or inviting people into their home, it is their responsibility to make their guests safe.
  • Reasonable care was not being used by the property owner or homeowner in maintaining their property, which the court will ultimately decide.
  • Due to the lack of reasonable care by the property owner or homeowner, the person was injured.

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