Trip and Fall; Premises Liability Attorneys

West Palm Beach and Palm Beach County

The personal injury attorneys at the South Florida law firm of Murray person with black sneaker tripping over wood and debris and obstacles on the floor. Premises LiabilityGuari have been achieving exceptional results for Palm Beach County's trip and fall victims for more than 20 years.

Trip and falls can happen in all kinds of places - on public sidewalks, private property, in retail establishments or on the job. A trip and fall incident is where there is a raised or foreign object is in the walking path - like a stack of books in a walkway that is normally clear and you trip and fall over the object. Trip and falls can occur inside or outside the premises and typically there are no warning signs or hazard cones posted. Property owners and businesses have a duty to provide a safe environment for people on their property.

Trip and falls can happen anywhere on the interior and exterior or grounds of the property, and are often caused by conditions such as a obstructed views, clutter, poor lighting, wrinkled rugs or carpeting, uncovered cables or wires, uneven steps and walkways, potholes, stair case or handrails fail to comply with applicable buildings codes, malfunctioning escalators or elevators, or any hidden hazards.

Many people simply pick themselves up and dust themselves off after such an incident. All too often, however, injuries and pain can surface days, even weeks, after the fact. That is why a trip and fall should never be taken lightly. These accidents can result in serious injuries such as broken bones, back injuries, head trauma and even death.

Our premises liability attorneys are highly skilled in trip and fall cases. If you or a loved one has been harmed due to a trip and fall and would like to learn more about your legal rights, please call our Premises Liability Attorneys or contact us here

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The attorneys of Murray Guari are highly skilled at premises liability cases, and we are knowledgeable about Florida laws that apply to these situations. If you or a loved one has been harmed because of a property owner's negligence, you may be eligible for damages that include pain and suffering, medical expenses and lost wages. If you would like to learn more about your legal rights, please contact us.