West Palm Beach Inadequate Maintenance Attorney
Clients injured by inadequate maintenance in stores or other business establishments turn to this West Palm Beach Inadequate Maintenance Lawyer for assistance in their time of needs. Stores or other business establishments are required to be properly maintained. If they aren’t and a customer is hurt as a result, then the store or business establishment will be liable.
Improper maintenance in a store or other business establishment can lead to all sorts of accidents. For example, slip & fall and trip and fall accidents can easily occur if a store or other business establishment isn’t properly maintained. If liquid (in the form of soda, juice or water) or an object is left on the floor, then a customer can easily fall and become injured.
If that occurs, then the customer may be able to pursue a personal injury case against the store or other business establishment. Such a case would be referred to as a premises liability case. A premises liability case results when you are injured by a dangerous condition on the property of another person or entity.
Poor maintenance may also lead to objects or merchandise falling and hitting customers in stores or other business establishments. For example, merchandise in stores should be properly secured. If items for sale in stores aren’t properly tied down or otherwise secured, then those objects can fall and hurt customers. This can result from improper maintenance in the store (i.e., not tying down or securing those objects).
If you’ve been hurt due to inadequate maintenance anywhere in Florida (including Broward County, Fort Lauderdale, Miami-Dade County, and Miami), Mr. Quackenbush can assist you. Call this West Palm Beach Inadequate Maintenance Law Firm for assistance. For free, Mr. Quackenbush will talk to you about your case.Anthony Quackenbush is a Miami Inadequate Maintenance Lawyer
Should you be hurt due to poor maintenance, the properly owner responsible for the poor maintenance should be liable for your injuries. This is because, in the State of Florida, if a property owner is on notice of a dangerous condition on his or her property, he will be responsible for any injuries caused.
While many people feel that they should automatically be compensated if they are injured on the property of another person or entity, this isn’t the Law. The reality is that, if you are hurt on the property of another person or entity, you will only be entitled to compensation if 1) there was a dangerous condition on the property that caused your injury (i.e., you won’t be entitled to compensation if you caused your own accident/injuries) and 2) the property owner is on notice of the dangerous condition that caused your injury.
There are two forms of such notice: “actual notice” (i.e. the property owner actually knew of the dangerous condition) and “constructive notice” (the property owner should have known of the dangerous condition). If your accident/injury was caused by inadequate maintenance on another person or entity’s property, then a Court of Law will find that the property owner had actual notice of the dangerous condition that caused your accident. After all, if the dangerous condition was caused by negligent maintenance, then the property owner will be deemed to have “created” the condition in a sense. If the property owner “created” the condition, then it will be deemed to have had knowledge and be on notice of it. As such, the property owner will be liable for your injuries in that situation.Experience and Knowledge Provided by this Palm Beach County Improper Maintenance Attorney/Lawyer
Improper maintenance may also affect motor vehicles. If a car, truck or other motor vehicle is negligently maintained, then it may cause accidents on the roadways. Moreover, if the maintenance of the vehicle is poor, then it may not properly protect its occupants during crashes – and injuries can easily result.
Poor maintenance of vehicles frequently occurs at mechanics shops, body shops, and automobile repair shops. When this occurs, brakes, seatbelts, airbags and seatbacks may all fail while a vehicle is on the roadway. If this occurs, then wrecks can result, and injuries can be caused/allowed during collisions.
As such, if your accident and/or injuries were caused and/or allowed by negligent vehicle maintenance, then you may have a case against the company/business responsible for the poor maintenance.Reach Out to this South Florida Poor Maintenance Law Firm at 954-448-7288
Call Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288 should you be harmed by inadequate maintenance in Palm Beach County (which includes Belle Glade, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Greenacres, Jupiter, Lake Worth, Lantana, North Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Springs, Riviera Beach, Royal Palm Beach and Wellington). Mr. Quackenbush won’t charge you a dime to talk about your case.