We are a Miami law firm that represents people who are hurt at a Florida condominium, apartment complex or house. Our firm attorney is Miami accident lawyer Justin Ziegler. He can represent people injured anywhere in Florida.
Several factors will determine if we can represent someone hurt at a Florida condo or apartment complex. A few of them are:
1. Did the condo association or property management do anything wrong?
The condominium association or property management must have been careless. Some typical examples of negligence are if the condo or apartment complex has one of these hazards:
An exit door with a step down without a warning
The above picture shows an exit door at a North Miami Beach condominium building. The door should have a warning sign. The sign would let people know that there is a step down.
We represented a South American lady who missed this step down while exiting this door. She fractured her nose. She had surgery to repair the fracture.
We settled the case for $78,000. $73,000 was paid from the liability coverage. $5,000 was paid from the medical payments (Medpay) coverage.
We did not take a fee on the $5,000 that we recovered from the medical payments coverage. I have heard of Miami injury lawyers taking a fee on Medpay.
All the settlements on this page are before deduction for attorney’s fees and expenses. We do not charge any fee or costs unless we recover money. Most cases result in a lower recovery. It should not be assumed that your case will have as beneficial a result.
Other hazards at Florida condominiums and apartment building are:
- A curb on the property that is the same color as the surrounding flooring.
- Stairs that are too slippery.
- Stairs with a broken or defective handrail.
- Stairs that have steps that are different heights.
- A hole covered with grass overgrowth in the grass.
- An uneven surface that is greater than a quarter of an inch.
- Pipes that send water onto the walkway without a warning.
- Lack of mirrors in the parking garage that allow you to see oncoming traffic.
- No signs that warn you of oncoming traffic.
- An unsecured power cord on the gym floor.
- A loose paver that is uneven.
- No security in a high crime area.
- A broken pool gate.
- Bunched up carpet.
- Liquid or a substance on the floor.
- A ramp that is too steep.
- A bench that is loose.
- Hedges that block vehicles or pedestrians from seeing each other.
If the condo association or property manager was not careless, we are unable to represent you. If they were careless, we may be able to represent you.
2. Condo’s carelessness must have caused your injury.
The condo association or property management’s carelessness must have caused your injury. Otherwise, we cannot represent you.
Most people understand this concept. The victim does not have a case just because the condo employee took a long time to call 911.
If the apartment complex’s failure to help you worsened your injury, then that may help the case. Most of the time it does not. If the property manager was rude to a victim after the accident, this alone does make a case.
3. Were you hurt?
We only represent people who are hurt. If your only complaint from the accident is that you were treated badly, we cannot help you.
If you suffered a physical injury, we want to represent you.
We have settled condominium and apartment accident cases with Philadelphia Insurance, Scottsdale Insurance, Mount Hawley (RCI) Insurance and more. We have represented condo and apartment accident victims who have had a broken bone, broken femur, broken hip, broken nose, amputation, wrist fracture and other injuries.
We have settled apartment complex and condo claims where our client was hurt in Miami Lakes, Miami Beach, Lauderhill, Fort Lauderdale, Miami-Dade County, Broward County and more. We accept cases throughout the entire state of Florida.
Who is the best Miami condo and apartment accident lawyer?
Florida lawyers are not allowed to say that they are the best. Therefore, we cannot say that our firm has the best Florida condo injury lawyer.
Florida attorneys can say that they are experienced. We have over 11+ years of experience represented injured victims. We have settled many condominium and apartment injury cases.
We have written extensively about Florida condo and apartment accident claims.
Did a Florida condominium or apartment complex’s carelessness cause your injury?
See Our Settlements
Check out some of the many Florida injury cases that we have settled, including but not limited to slip or trip and falls, wrongful death and much more.
We want to represent you!
Our Miami law firm represents people anywhere in Florida if someone’s carelessness caused their injuries in slip, trip and falls, wrongful death and many other types of accidents.
We want to represent you if you were hurt in a condo or apartment complex accident. If were injured in another state but you live in Florida, we may also be able to represent you.
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