Were You Injured In A Slip-And-Fall Accident? You May Have A Premises Liability Claim.
A property owner or manager may be responsible for compensating you after a slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accident. Depending on the facts of your case, the legal basis for your claim may be one of these types of premises liability:
- A failure to exercise a duty of care to people using the property
- A failure to take action to remedy a known hazard
As you do your part to recover physically after breaking an ankle or suffering from a head injury in a fall, a premises liability attorney can begin to gather evidence about the causes of the accident.
At The Law Office of Ryan Mitchell, PLLC, we take our clients’ pain and suffering seriously. If one of our lawyers represents you, we will persevere until we have done all that we can to maximize your chances of a successful financial recovery.
Common Premises Injury Scenarios
Our attorneys have more than 20 years of combined experience recovering compensation for injured people in and around Orlando. Our office is conveniently located between Disney World and Universal Studios. Our clients’ slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accident cases, have included the following:
- Falls by guests at one of the Disney theme parks
- Injuries suffered by workers at theme parks
- Falls and other accidental injuries in nearby hotels
- Injuries at other commercial and private properties
- Assault injuries on private properties with inadequate security
We are ready to act quickly to gather evidence, review police reports and communicate with your health care providers after you have suffered injuries such as:
- One or more fractured or broken bones
- A head injury
- Burn injuries
- A dog bite
- Chemical exposure
If you were injured on the job and someone other than your employer caused or contributed to the accident, we will investigate the viability of a third-party liability claim in addition to your workers’ compensation claim.
We Are In It For The Long Haul With You
If your injuries are serious, doctors may not know your prognosis for a while, especially if you suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or another catastrophic injury. Meanwhile, you may have health care providers waiting – patiently or not – for payment. With our 20-plus years of combined experience, we are ready to go the distance to pursue justice for you even a complicated case.