Premises Liability

Miami Premises Liability Attorney

Property owners and managers have a responsibility to maintain safe environments for their guests and tenants. When accidents occur and the losses are steep, survivors of the event must recover from more than broken bones or head trauma. Some victims will lose weeks of work—if not their careers altogether—and others will experience psychological suffering for years after the accident.

At Aigen Law Firm, we provide diligent representation for personal injury victims who seek damage recovery from negligent parties. If a property owners’ negligence led to your injury, we will seek the relevant evidence necessary for a successful claim.


You’re in Good Hands with Aigen Law Firm

We are dedicated to relentless representation on your behalf, whether in court in a personal injury lawsuit or out of court in pursuit of an insurance claim. We will work around the clock to maximize your financial compensation because we understand the full extent of losses these injuries incur.

Negligence is not something to take lightly. If a slip-and-fall injury has caused you significant financial turmoil and physical pain, the negligent party should be held liable. We know the ins-and-outs of Florida personal injury law. When you choose Aigen Law Firm, you choose extensive representation – whatever your injury.

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When we take your case, we make a point to pursue every bit of relevant evidence that ensures you collect what you need to financially and physically recover from your accident. Call us today for a free case evaluation so we can review the details and help steer you in the right direction.

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How Does Fault Work in a Premises Liability Case?

Premises liability cases can range from dog bites to slip-and-fall accidents on a business’s property. To better shed light on your situation, it may help you to review how fault works in the state of Florida.


For any personal injury case to be successful, and for a party to be held liable for damages, negligence must be at play. In other words, reasonable responsibilities were not upheld by a property owner, caretaker, or whoever else could have prevented your accident.


In a personal injury case or claim, there must be direct proof that the other party’s negligence led to your injuries and subsequent losses.


Florida is a comparative negligence state. So, even if the court finds you partially at fault for the incident, you can still recover some damages in a successful personal injury case.

“Scott Aigen is an incredible attorney. He's professional and very attentive to detail. He really takes the time to listen to his clients and does a wonderful job at keeping us informed every step of the way. Definitely recommend Aigen Law for any personal injury claims!!”
- M.P.
“This firm went above and beyond to ensure the absolute best results! They are proactive, professional & wonderfully attentive to their clients. The staff is always available to answer all questions anyone might have & are extremely knowledgeable in their field. Mr. Aigen is the best of the best in his field. Best attorney I’ve come across by far!”
- R
“Wow - what a magnificent staff!!! Renee and Sandra are absolutely adorable. They both have a genuine desire to help and show how much they care about people. Well, you can always tell when there is a great boss because the staff is always so happy to be there. And that boss would be Scott. I have to say that he is like no lawyer I have ever spoken to. So down to earth and kind. He is also extremely knowledgeable and professional. I highly and absolutely recommend this company. What an amazing team!!!”
- V.P.

There’s No One Better for Your Personal Injury Needs

While the statute of limitations for an injury like yours is typically four years in the state of Florida, it’s important to seek legal help as soon as you’re able. Starting your case as close to the date of the incident as possible will help ensure the preservation of information that could be vital to your recovery.

To learn more about your options or to speak with a Florida premises liability attorney, contact our office today for a free consultation.