Hurt in a Sarasota Slip & Fall Accident?
The Property Owner May Be Liable for Your Injuries
In Florida, property owners are required to maintain a safe environment for guests and patrons who visit their property. This is true for businesses, homeowners, and municipalities alike. As long as you were on the property legally, be it public, private, or commercial, the person or entity who owns that property is responsible for your physical well-being. If the property owners fail to meet minimum safety standards and their negligence leads to an injury accident, commonly known as a “slip and fall” or “trip and fall” accident, the property owner can be sued for damages. Speak with a Sarasota slip and fall lawyer at Band, Gates & Dramis to discuss the merits of your claim.
Slip and fall injuries can result from:
- Wet or slippery floors
- Cracked sidewalks
- Uneven walking surfaces
- Cluttered walkways
- Poor lighting
- Missing handrails
Book a free case evaluation with our firm today.
Call (941) 366-8010.
Put 100 Years of Combined Experience Behind Your Case
Though your first impulse after a “slip and fall” accident may be to drag yourself up and quietly go your way, it is important to adequately consider the legal ramifications. If you do not bring a formal complaint against the property-owner, you will be solely responsible for any medical bills or costs stemming from your injury. This includes both the cost of treatment and rehabilitation as well as lost income or services. After an accident, it is always wise to seek medical attention immediately to understand the extent of your injuries.
At Band, Gates & Dramis, we can put over 100 years of combined experience behind your case. We are known for our outstanding client service and professionalism. Every member of our firm is dedicated to pursuing justice and the maximum compensation for our clients. We will not stop until we reach the best possible outcome. Most importantly, we want to make our legal services a relief and not a burden. This is why we operate on a contingency fee basis and do not require upfront costs.
If we do not win your case, then you don’t pay us!
Free Case Review with Experienced Sarasota Personal Injury Lawyers
At Band, Gates & Dramis, we know what it takes to file an effective claim, and we are ready to put this experience to work for you. If you were injured on someone else’s property, we can help you determine whether the injury is actionable. In Florida, victims can file claims up to four years after the accident took place! The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can evaluate the merits of your case. The initial consultation is free, and we don’t charge anything unless damages are recovered.