Condo Slip and Fall Case Settled for $175,000


Mitchell Panter resolved a slip and fall case for $175,000.00. Our client’s foot got stuck on a negligently maintained floor in her apartment complex. We were able to establish that the condominium complex knew about the dangerous condition and failed to fix it. Mitchell Panter alleged that the building owner and maintenance company had actual or constructive knowledge of the dangerous condition and should have taken action to remedy the condition. It was apparent that the dangerous condition existed for such a length of time that in the exercise of ordinary care the defendants knew or should have known about the condition. In citing Section 768.0755 of the Florida Statutes, they were responsible for the same. Additionally, the condition occurred regularly and was therefore foreseeable for which liability or fault existed. The client underwent knee arthroscopy and received extensive care and treatment including rehabilitation. The claim was resolved for $175,000.00 providing the client with a great result and avoiding years of litigation and uncertainty.

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