When companies or other people had a duty to make sure that you are safe while in their store, restaurant, or location, and they ignore their duty and as a consequence you are injured, you may have a a cause of action for your injuries against that company or person who violated their obligation to your safety.

Is personal injury easy to declare?  Not really, but we can help guide you to see if you really have a valid case that can be brought before a judge and jury.  It will take only a few minutes on the phone to help guide you with a free consultation about what happened. The key to remember is that to stake a claim, you should have some actual and calculated damage.

This is the pure definition of negligence as it relates to personal injury is:

To state a cause of action for gross negligence under Florida law, the plaintiff must allege the following elements: (1) the existence of a duty; (2) failure of the company to perform this duty; and (3) Someone suffered an injury or damage to the plaintiff proximately caused by such failure.  There is a lot to read into these words, but with a free consultation with us, we can leave you at ease to know if you really have a case for negligence in personal injury.

AGAIN, THIS IS A DEFINITION AND YOU SHOULD NOT MAKE ANY LEGAL DETERMINATIONS FROM THIS SIMPLE DEFINITION.  THE CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING YOUR CASE WILL TELL IF YOU DO HAVE A LEGAL CASE.