Slip And Fall

Helping Slip-And-Fall Victims

The lawyers of Greenberg Stone & Urbano are well-known for handling premises liability cases on behalf of injured parties. "Slip-and-fall" cases are a specific subset of premises liability cases, and our attorneys are well-equipped to litigate slip and falls because of their general experience litigating all types of premises liability suits.

Of course, every type of premises liability case has its own nuances, and slip and falls are no exception. Our attorneys represent clients in all types of slip, fall and trip cases. For example, our team of legal professionals has significant experience with slips and falls due to:

  • Broken sidewalks and uneven surfaces
  • Spills in retail stores
  • Blocked walkways or aisles
  • Slippery entranceways
  • Improper stair railings
  • Poorly lit parking lots

Have you suffered a slip and fall due to someone else's negligence like in the above scenarios? If so, our attorneys want to help you.

Liability And Damages In Slip-And-Fall Cases

Because property owners are responsible for the safety of those who are legally on their premises, failure to keep aisles, floors, and other passages like stairs in a safe condition is a breach of duty that subjects those property owners to liability. If you are injured because a property owner breached their legal duty, you may be entitled to damages. In other words, you may deserve financial compensation due to your slip-and-fall injuries. General public liability insurance and homeowners insurance exist to help cover such claims.

Our firm's slip-and-fall attorneys will dedicate themselves to guiding you successfully through your claim and maximizing your recovery. We will seek fair and just compensation for your lost wages (past and future), pain and suffering, medical expenses, and other losses due to your injuries.

Experienced Slip-And-Fall Counsel

Our lawyers bring over 10 decades of combined experience in personal injury cases. We have won numerous verdicts and settlements in premises liability claims. Our attorneys succeed through thorough investigation of slip-and-fall causes, attention to detail, knowledge of the law, careful client communication, and countering insurance industry tactics. You can be confident that our attorneys will work hard to recover fair and just compensation for you.

Our attorneys have the knowledge and skill necessary to bring slip-and-fall cases against a wide variety of defendants. Since it is common for slip-and-fall cases to involve multiple parties that share liability, our experience with complex litigation will help maximize your recovery. For example, if you are hurt at a retail store that rents its space, both the property owner and the business owner may be liable. Multiple insurers may be involved. Our attorneys are ready to guide you through complex negotiations and proceed to trial if necessary to produce the best results in your case. Insurance companies know our reputation in the courtroom, and as such take our demands seriously in negotiations.

Contact Our Slip-And-Fall Attorneys To Schedule A Free Consultation

Call Greenberg Stone & Urbano today to schedule your free consultation with one of our slip-and-fall attorney. You may contact us through our website or call us at 888-499-9700 or 786-408-8973. Our staff speaks both English and Spanish. Our attorneys have over a century of combined experience, and have been voted "South Florida's Top Rated Lawyers" by the Miami Herald. Our attorneys have been peer reviewed and ranked AV* via Martindale-Hubbell's unique peer review rating system, and have been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers list, designating them as some of the best lawyers in America.

*AV®, AV Preeminent®, Martindale-Hubbell Distinguished and Martindale-Hubbell Notable are certification marks used under license in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell® is the facilitator of a peer-review rating process. Ratings reflect the anonymous opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ fall into two categories - legal ability and general ethical standards.