Personal Injury &
Auto Accidents

TIt is a simple fact of life – accidents happen. Florida Statutes are very specific in the manner in which litigation in different types of actions are handled.

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What Our Clients Think

“I want to express my gratitude for the absolutely great job that Carmila Katterhenry accomplished for me today, she intervened on my behalf to get an insurance adjuster to accept liability and have my deductible waived at the body shop. I truly appreciate all her hard work.”

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“This office of dedicated and caring professionals was one of the best experiences that I have had. I was rear-ended and this team took care of me in a way that was more than I could have ever imagined. They helped me understand the law “jargon” as well as checked on my health and well-being. Their compassion, as well as diligence, ensuring that I received the most possible for my case!! They will fight for you as if you are family!!”

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Slip and Fall

“Slip and Fall” is a common term used to describe the law of Premises Liability in connection with slips, trips or falls on the real property of another.
Property owners and those who lease real property (whether as individual or business) have the legal duty to maintain the property in a way that makes it safe for visitors. Premises Liability arises when injuries are caused by a dangerous condition or careless maintenance on the part of the property owner or the person who is leasing the real property.

Examples of dangerous conditions include but are not limited to, uneven, damaged or cracked floors, slippery surfaces, uncleaned spills, defective sidewalks or steps, and unmarked changes in elevation.

In a Premises Liability case, the Plaintiff needs to prove one of the following three (3) things: that the Defendant created the dangerous condition that caused the injury; that the Defendant knew about the dangerous condition and failed to take steps to prevent it; or that the condition existed for a long enough time that the Defendant should have known about it. Even if unaware of the dangerous condition, the Defendant can still be liable for any injury that occurs on the property. The damages you may recover in a Premises Liability case include, but is not limited to, medical expense, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

If you have been injured on another person’s property as a result of a dangerous condition, careless maintenance, or wrongdoing, you may have a Premises Liability case. Contact our office to schedule a consultation.

Injuries – In General

Many people make the tragic mistake of thinking their injury today (a nick, brake, or sprain), will pass eventually or heal without medical attention. The truth is as we get older, we don’t always heal the way we used to, or the way we expect. The future medical bills associated with a number of particular injuries can be extreme!

Much like we always recommend you take the time to talk to a Medical Professional for any injury, we strongly advise you talk to an Attorney to determine if there is an “actionable” case, where liability may fall, and the collectability of a particular case. In our office this conversation is ALWAYS free, and we protect all information you share with complete confidentiality.

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