Anthony Quackenbush is a Fort Lauderdale Inadequate Maintenance Lawyer who helps people who have been injured in all sorts of accidents. Inadequate maintenance can cause all sorts of problems. These may include situations in which objects or liquids (water, sodas, juices, etc.) are left on the floor/ground in stores or other business establishments. If customers slip and fall or trip & fall on these objects or liquids, then the store or business establishment will be responsible. This is because stores or other business establishments are expected to properly maintain their properties. If they don’t do so and an object or liquid is left on the floor/ground of the property, then the store or business establishment will be liable if somebody gets hurt as a result.
This is referred to as premises liability. If one person goes on the property of another person and is injured due to the negligence of the property owner, then the injured person may be able to pursue a premises liability case against the property owner.
Other examples of inadequate maintenance include situations in which the owner of a store or other business establishment fails to adequately secure merchandise or other objects in the store. If such merchandise falls onto a customer and causes injuries as a result, then the owner of the store or other business establishment will be liable.
If you are injured due to inadequate maintenance occurring anywhere in the State of Florida (including Miami, Miami Dade County, West Palm Beach, and Palm Beach County), call Mr. Quackenbush for a free, no obligation consultation. He can be reached at 786-294-7711.
If you end up hiring Mr. Quackenbush, he will operate on contingency. This means that he won’t get paid anything until you’ve received compensation in your case – so there is no risk to you.Protection of Rights is the Hallmark of this Fort Lauderdale Inadequate Maintenance Lawyer
The owner of the store or other business will also be held responsible if a wall, merchandise rack, or ceiling/roof in a store falls onto a customer as a result of improper maintenance.
In order to be compensated for your injuries, you will need to prove that the owner of the store or business establishment had notice of any of the above conditions. Whether you tripped over an object on the floor/ground in the store or other business establishment, slipped and fell on liquid on the ground/floor, or were hit by falling merchandise or a wall or rack, you will need to prove that the owner of the store or business establishment had notice of the dangerous condition. After all, if the owner of the store or business establishment had no knowledge of the dangerous condition, then it will be hard to argue that the owner should have done something about it.Client Guidance Provided by this Broward County Improper Maintenance Law Firm
You can prove either that the owner of the store or other business establishment had actual notice of the dangerous condition (i.e., created it him or herself) or constructive notice (should have known about it). In order to prove constructive notice, you will need to prove that the dangerous condition existed for long enough that the owner of the store or business establishment should have known about it. You can do this with circumstantial evidence. For example, if there was dirt in the water on the floor/ground of the store or other business establishment where you slipped & fell, then you may be able to prove that the water existed on the floor/ground long enough that the owner should have known about it.
Finally, if you were injured in a car accident due to improper maintenance of a vehicle, then you may be able to pursue a case against the entity responsible for the maintenance of the vehicle. For example, improper maintenance of brakes can easily cause a crash. This may be true whether the improper maintenance was to your own vehicle or to the other vehicle involved in the accident. Improper maintenance can be at the hands of a body shop, repair shop or mechanic.Call this South Florida Improper Maintenance Attorney/Law Firm
In order to obtain a free, no-obligation consultation, call Mr. Quackenbush at 786-294-7711. He will gladly talk to you about all aspects of your case at no charge to you.
Mr. Quackenbush works on a contingency basis, which means that there’s no risk to you as Mr. Quackenbush won’t charge you anything until a recovery has been made in your case.