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Slip and Fall Case Checklist
Most premises injuries occur as the result of a slip and fall accident. Negligence is the most frequently asserted theory of liability in these cases. Accordingly, our client's must prove that the injury was related to some unreasonably dangerous condition that existing on the premises and that the defendant was either aware of the existence of the hazard or, in the exercise of proper care, should have been aware of the hazard.
The following general checklist may be used in all premises slip and fall cases, regardless of the type of property involved in the accident. Essentially, it traces the major elements of a slip and fall cause of action. We use this checklist during the initial preparation of a case in order to facilitate thorough investigation and discovery.
Type of property owner
Location of the accident
Standard of care
Ownership and control
Standards, codes, specifications
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Since 1982, Alan Sackrin has represented clients throughout Florida in recovering monetary damages for slip & fall, trip & fall, and other premises liability injuries. Alan is a Board Certified Civil Trial Expert that strives to maximize the amount of compensation his clients' receive for their claim. Alan brings a high-level of skill and knowledge to his slip and fall cases and he offers a free initial consultation.
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