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Slip and fall accidents occur when you least expect them. Negligent property conditions can cause sudden, severe accidents that incur financial, physical, and emotional losses to injury victims. If you are struggling to get a fair outcome from insurers, our Seminole slip and fall lawyers can help.

Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner has over 60 years of combined experience that we put behind every injury case. Find out more about your legal rights and options. Call us at (727) 321-HELP to schedule your Free Consultation.

Additional Compensation May Be Available for Negligence

You may have an actionable claim if you can prove negligence. Negligence is the element that places fault on the other party, thereby reducing your liability. It also means that you have a right to pain and suffering damages if your case exceeds the injury threshold of $50,000.

The Seminole slip and fall attorneys at Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner will examine your case to determine if we can prove that:

  1. A property owner owed you a general duty of care
  2. They committed a breach of that duty with unsafe property conditions
  3. The unsafe property conditions caused your slip and fall accident
  4. The slip and fall accident resulted in physical and financial harm

Slip and fall claims that satisfy these conditions may be eligible to receive a civil award that pays for medical bills, lost wages, and mental anguish. However, the insurance company can try to reduce its financial liability if its evidence shows you were partially at fault. Ensure they have the full picture by hiring Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner to investigate your accident.

Civil Deadlines Apply to Florida Premises Liability Claims

FL. Stat. § 95.11 imposes a four-year deadline on premises liability claims. This deadline is commonly known as the “statute of limitations.” Essentially, the law states that you must file your slip and fall lawsuit within this period for sufficient circumstances to exist.

In general, many claims, like slip and fall accidents, settle before ever filing a civil court complaint and may take a few months to resolve. However, catastrophic injuries can take a considerable amount of time to assess adequately. No matter how severe the injury, physical evidence, and eyewitness memories can degrade over time.

Our Seminole Slip and Fall Lawyers Can Help

The injury attorneys of Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner offer legal information, advice, and strategies when injury victims are left with medical bills, lost wages, and other losses they did not cause. Discussing your case with our Seminole slip and fall attorneys may be helpful if you:

  • Suffer from catastrophic injuries
  • Believe the insurance settlement is too low
  • Have had trouble getting insurers to follow policies
  • Think the at-fault party is placing unfair blame on you
  • Deal with complex issues or multiple parties

Our legal team will hear your side of the story and offer a straightforward response to all of your legal questions. If we believe we can add value to your case, Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner may recommend our services. There are no upfront attorneys’ costs if you choose to hire us.

Start with a Free Consultation

You deserve civil justice when insurance companies fail to remedy your losses according to Florida law. Find out more about how our Seminole slip and fall lawyers can help. Call Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner for your free consultation by calling (727) 321-HELP or messaging us confidentially online.

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