Miami Inadequate Maintenance Attorney

This Miami Inadequate Maintenance Attorney Fights for People Injured on the Property of Others Inadequate Maintenance

People who are injured on the property of other people rely on this Miami Inadequate Maintenance Lawyer for assistance. Inadequate maintenance can lead to all sorts of problems for a property owner. For example, inadequate maintenance in a store, restaurant or other business establishment can lead to slip and fall and trip & fall accidents. People who encounter liquids (e.g., water, soda or juice) or objects on the floor/ground of business establishments, for instance, can fall and sustain injuries. If the business where the accident occurred was aware of the inadequate maintenance (in the form of the liquids or objects on the ground/floor), then it will be responsible for the injuries caused.

In that situation, the injured person will be able to pursue a premises liability case against the property owner. A premises liability case results when a person is hurt on the property of another person or entity due to a dangerous condition on the property.

Inadequate maintenance may also result in merchandise/objects falling and injuring people in stores or other business establishments. For example, if merchandise/objects aren’t properly secured on the shelves/racks of stores or other business establishments, then they may fall and injure customers – and the owner of the store or other business establishment will then be liable for the injuries.

If you’ve been injured due to improper maintenance anywhere in Florida (including in Broward County, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach County, and West Palm Beach), call Mr. Quackenbush at 786-294-7711. Compensation can be gained alongside this Miami Inadequate Maintenance Law Firm. Call to speak to Mr. Quackenbush today for free.

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Many people feel like, if they are injured on the property of another person or entity, they should automatically be entitled to compensation. Unfortunately, this isn’t true. In fact, the reality is that, if you are hurt on the property of another person or entity, the only way that you will be entitled to compensation is if you are able to prove that the property owner had notice of the dangerous condition that caused your accident/injuries. You may be able to do this by showing that the property owner either 1) had “actual notice” of the dangerous condition (i.e., actually knew about it) or 2) had “constructive notice” of the dangerous condition (i.e., should have known about it).

One way that you can prove that the property owner had actual notice of the dangerous condition is by showing that it was created due to inadequate maintenance. After all, if the properly was poorly maintained and this led to a dangerous condition on the properly, then technically the property owner would have created the dangerous condition (i.e., by not properly maintaining the property). If the property owner created the dangerous condition, then he or she will be deemed to have actual notice of it.

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Poor maintenance may also cause problems in motor vehicles. If an improperly maintained vehicle is driven, then that vehicle may cause accidents or injuries. For example, inadequately maintained brakes, seatbelts, airbags and seatbacks may all lead to accidents and/or injuries. If you’ve been hurt in a crash due to any of these things, then you may be able to pursue a personal injury case against the entity responsible for the maintenance of the vehicle.

This may include a body shop, mechanic, or auto repair shop. If such a business fails to properly maintain a vehicle and that vehicle later causes a wreck or allows injuries to occur in a collision, then that company will be liable for those injuries.

Call 786-294-7711 to Contact this South Florida Poor Maintenance Law Firm

Call 786-294-7711 to talk to Mr. Quackenbush if you’ve been hurt due to inadequate maintenance anyplace in Miami-Dade County (which includes Aventura, Coral Gables, Cutler Bay, Doral, Florida City, Hialeah, Hialeah Gardens, Homestead, Key Biscayne, Miami Beach, Miami Gardens, Miami Lakes, North Miami, North Miami Beach, Opa-Locka, Palmetto Bay, Pinecrest, South Miami, and Sunny Isles Beach). Mr. Quackenbush won’t charge you anything to discuss your case.

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