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Evidence That Can Help Your Slip And Fall Case

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

If you recently suffered a slip and fall that left you with serious and expensive injuries, you should exercise your right to pursue compensation via a premises liability claim. If successful in your claim, you will be awarded money to cover the cost of your medical expenses, lost wages, loss of earning capacity, and,… Read More »


The Slip And Fall Lawsuit Process: Here Is What You Can Expect

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Many people think of a slip and fall as an incident from which you can get up and walk away. In reality, however, those people have never before been involved in a serious slip and fall. A slip and fall accident can be just as physically and financially devastating as a car accident. If… Read More »


So, You Tripped On A Public Sidewalk…What Can You Do?

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

You may have heard that if you slip and fall in a grocery store, retail location, or other business locale that you can collect damages for injuries sustained. This is true. However, what happens when you slip and fall on a public sidewalk and get seriously injured? Who would be liable for your injuries… Read More »


Slip and Fall Injuries, FAQs

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Not many people understand the basics of slip, trip, and fall cases in Florida, which can be a pitfall to anyone involved in a classic case of slip, trip, and fall. The personal injury attorneys at Spencer Morgan Law in Miami, Florida aim to inform victims of premises accidents about their legal rights, that… Read More »

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