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Fort Lauderdale Premises Liability Lawyers

Florida’s Cohen & Cohen specializes in this practice area, among others.

South Florida Property Owners Need to Keep Their Premises Safe

Property owners in South Florida have a legal responsibility to make their premises safe for everyone who uses them. This includes consumers, clients, and any other person who walks in and out of buildings, such as residences, offices, parking lots, shopping malls, and more. If you’ve recently been injured on the grounds of a negligent property owner, our team will fight for your case.

Florida Slip-and-Fall Accidents Can Be Caused By:

  • Icy, wet, or otherwise slippery surfaces
  • Food or liquid spills
  • Potholes or defective sidewalks
  • Poor choice of floor covering
  • Improperly fastened carpeting
  • Debris left on walkways
  • Poorly fastened or constructed display units

Negligent Behavior Associated with Premises Liability in South Florida Can Include:

  • Pain and suffering (mental and physical) 
  • Medical expenses incurred for the deceased (relevant to the accident or negligent behavior) 
  • Future repercussions for the deceased’s family 
  • Value of lost benefits 
  • Funeral expenses, including burial or cremation 
  • Property damage

What Makes Cohen & Cohen Different

When it comes to premise liability or slip-and-fall cases in West Palm Beach and the surrounding areas, there are special requirements that must be satisfied before victims can collect damages for their injuries. At Cohen & Cohen Law, we’ve spent 50 years making sure that those requirements are met. We have fought—and will continue to fight—for thousands of victims who have experienced physical injury and/or emotional loss due to another person’s or company’s negligence.

Cohen & Cohen Will Fight to Win You the Compensation You Deserve

Our Florida attorneys work diligently to win compensation for your case. These cases can include: 

  • Pain and Suffering (Mental and/or Physical)
  • Past and Future Medical Expenses
  • Property Damages
  • Future Repercussions
  • Diminished Enjoyment of Life
  • Lost Wages

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