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Category Archives: slip and fall

Anatomy Of A Premises Liability Case

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

A fairly typical slip-and-fall case in South Florida, albeit one with a very atypical monetary damage amount, ended with a fairly typical result. After she allegedly slipped and fell on an access ramp at a Lake Worth shopping center in 2007, a 61-year-old woman underwent five corrective surgeries to repair damage to her spine… Read More »

The Impact Warning Signs have on a Slip, Trip, or Fall Claim

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Slip, trip, and fall cases are common throughout the United States and increasingly common in Florida. Some individuals are fortunate enough to get back up right after a fall and continue tending to their affairs. Unfortunately, others are not so lucky. A slip, trip, or fall can happen in a split second; however, the… Read More »

Commonly Used Terms in Florida Personal Injury Actions

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

A personal injury claim is a civil remedy that provides an injured party a legal avenue for compensation. Personal injury falls under tort law statutes and encompasses many different types of claims, including car accidents, medical malpractice, slip and fall cases, intentional torts, dog bites, assault and battery cases and more. Despite the many… Read More »

Most Common Reasons for Personal Injury Claims

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

Accidents happen each day, sending thousands of people to their local emergency rooms. Many accidents are the result of one’s own conduct. However, others are caused by the negligent acts of another. We understand there is a tremendous amount of pain and frustration that results from any type of accident. When an accident is… Read More »

Understanding Premises Liability, Part 1

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

Premises liability is the legal principle that the owner of a property is responsible for the safety of those who enter their property. Premises liability was established by common law rather than by statute. This means most premises liability cases are not dictated by the written codes and laws of the state, but by… Read More »

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