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Slip and Fall Accident Law Firm

Our expert Slip and Fall Lawyer in North Miami Beach is ready to take on your case and help you get maximum compensation. “Slip and fall” is a term used for a personal injury cases in which a person slips and falls as a result of a dangerous or hazardous condition on someone else’s property.

Slip and Fall Accidents Could Be Caused By:


All the above dangerous conditions can cause you to slip and hurt yourself. Outside a building, you may slip and fall because of rain, ice, snow or a hidden hazard, such as a gap or a hard to see pothole in the ground. Slip and fall accidents can occur on commercial, residential or public property. Regardless of where they happen, all property or building owners have a certain level of responsibility (duty of care) to make sure an environment is safe.

Slip and fall accidents are the most common type of “premises liability” cases, which center on the question of a property owner’s duty to care for the property. Injury by fire or other accidents resulting from defects in the conditions of buildings also fall under this category.

Slip and fall injury claims in North Miami Beach and all of Miami-Dade County are governed under the negligence law. To win a premises liability claim, an injured victim must prove:

  1. Either that the defendant created the hazard that lead to the accident, or
  2. That the defendant knew or should have known about the danger and had it removed or repaired.


This can often be difficult to prove, since proving when a given hazard first appeared can be challenging.

Example: If you slip and fall on a wet floor in a grocery store, without some evidence of when the floor got wet, it may be difficult to prove that the store “knew or should have known” about the dangerous condition. If the spill happened seconds before you arrived, then the store most likely could not have known about it. Since Plaintiff’s have the burden of proof, proving when the hazard first appeared and that the store should have known about the hazard presents problems in certain cases.

Slip/Trip and Fall Accidents due to Structural Defects

Structural damages to a building, often due to age or wear and tear, can be a significant cause of injury.


…can create dangerous situations for visitors to a building, for example. As noted earlier, to prove negligence, we will have to prove that the property owner knew or should have known about the problem and failed to repair it.

Occasionally, negligence can be proven by violation of a statute. Building owners must ensure that the building’s structure is in compliance with applicable building codes. For example, handrails and other similar structures typically must be installed at a certain general height. If you fall on a stairway that lacked appropriate handrails, and the lack thereof caused your injuries, you may have a valid claim against the building owner for violating building codes.

Weather-related slip and fall accidents are very common

Weather-related slip and fall accidents are difficult cases to prove for injured plaintiffs. Landowners are generally expected to take reasonable steps to reduce hazards created by adverse weather. This can include, but is not limited to, shoveling snow, salting or sanding icy and slippery spots, and installing anti-slip devices on outdoor steps. As with other cases, if the landowner has no reasonable opportunity to correct the problem, as where a flash flood has created a hazard, the landowner will not be held liable for injuries caused by the hazard.

Comparative Negligence

In slip and fall cases, as with all other negligence claims, comparative negligence applies. As a guest on another person’s property, you are expected to exercise reasonable judgment and caution.

Example: You fall while walking down the stairs at a hotel, sustaining serious injuries. A jury finds that the property owner had been warned about the trouble spot weeks ago and failed to correct it; however, the jury also finds that you were reading the newspaper while you walked down the stairs and your inattention contributed to causing the accident. If the jury finds you 50% at fault and the defendant 50% at fault, the defendant would have to pay you only one half of the total damages found to be incurred by you.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a slip and fall accident, call the Law Offices of Victor Dante, PA now at 305-949-2526 or Contact us. The initial consultation is free of charge, and if we agree to accept your case, we will work on a contingent fee basis, which means we get paid for our services only if there is a monetary award or recovery of funds. Don’t hesitate! You may have a valid SLIP AND FALL ACCIDENT claim and be entitled to compensation for your injuries, but a lawsuit must be field before the statue of limitations expires.


Whether you have been injured in North Miami Beach, Aventura, North Miami, Miami Gardens, Opa-Locka or Hallandale Beach our law firm will be able to assist you and get you fully compensated for your injuries.


The laws and statues that govern Florida, protect the rights of people who are injured or wrongfully die due to the negligence of another and allow for just compensation.


The court system at all levels guarantees that everyone gets due process and an opportunity to be heard, in an impartial and fair setting.


There are rules that dictate how civil procedure is to be conducted and evidence is to introduced. Lawyers and the courts are governed and strictly abide by these rules, If they do not there is an appellate review process in place.

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