Falls with injuries can occur in food stores, home improvement stores and other businesses. Our Jacksonville injury lawyers have successfully handled slip-and-fall injury cases against Winn Dixie, Walmart, Home Depot, Dollar General and other stores in the Jacksonville area.
At The Howell Law Firm in Jacksonville and Jacksonville Beach, Florida, our attorneys offer a free initial consultation to meet with you and answer all of your questions about slip-and-fall accidents and other injuries that occur on someone else’s property. We will do this at no charge and with no obligation to hire us.
Who Is at Fault for My Slip-and-Fall Accident?
Often falls are caused by foreign substances on the floor such as spilled drinks, food products or water left on the floor. Sometimes store displays or items left in the aisles can cause falls.
Property owners have a duty to make their stores reasonably safe for guests. However, stores will rarely admit fault or voluntarily pay for medical bills in the beginning. Therefore, it’s important to preserve evidence of the unsafe condition such as photographs, witness statements and store security videos.
Who Will Pay My Medical Bills?
The store will not usually pay for your medical bills until your case is resolved. However, it’s important to get medical treatment as soon as possible.
Our Jacksonville accident lawyers can help you obtain medical treatment from a health care provider who is willing to provide your care now and accept payment once your personal injury case is resolved.
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