What To Do After Suffering An Injury On A Business Property
After getting hurt on a business property, clients often reach out to me. They might have been injured while shopping, dining, or simply being out and about. They ask about responsibility for medical bills and surgeries on their neck, shoulder, or knee. The answer varies. To handle an injury on a business property, act promptly. Document the incident and report it to the business. This official record helps in seeking compensation. Even if a wet floor sign is present after a spill, it doesn’t automatically remove liability under Florida law. An example from a past case illustrates this. At a crowded electronics store, a client slipped on a wet floor despite a wet floor sign being up for over 25 minutes. The sign didn’t prevent the fall caused by the unsafe condition. If you’re injured on someone else’s property, call me. We’ll gather information, document liability, and fight for the compensation you deserve for your losses.