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Florida Grocery Store Premises Injury Liability

Florida slip and fall accidents can occur when visiting a grocery store. There may be water or some sort of liquid on the floor without a warning sign.  A person who is concentrating on shopping may never see the spill and slip and fall. Severe injuries have happened to people in South Florida slip and fall accidents.

All property owners have a legal duty to protect their customers from accidents and to keep them safe. The owner must make efforts to keep the premises safe in order to prevent their customers from being injured.

If a shopper has been injured in a South Florida slip and fall accident, they will have to prove that the grocery store was to blame. They will need to prove the negligence of the store and prove the following:

  • The property owner had to be aware of the dangerous situation and did not take action to fix the problem.
  • The hazardous condition that existed should have displayed a warning to customers with a cone or some other warning device.

Most grocery stores have security cameras in the store that can be a valuable tool if a premises liability claim is filed.  It is important if you have been injured as a result of a South Florida slip and fall accident to talk with an experienced South Florida premises liability attorney. The attorney will be able to review your case and talk with witnesses as well as review the security cameras.

You may be eligible to receive compensation for the South Florida slip and fall injury for medical costs, lost wages and any other ongoing problems you may have as a result of the accident.

It is important to hire a South Florida premise liability attorney as soon as possible as the statute of limitations may limit you on the amount of time you can file a lawsuit.

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