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What is the evidence needed in a slip and fall injury case?

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Slip and fall cases in Florida, it’s a little tricky because it requires the injured person to prove that the business owner knew or should have known that a danger existed, the danger for which they are now harmed existed. When you fall, or trip and fall or slip and fall, you’re embarrassed, most people want to get up quickly and you don’t have a sense of what caused you to fall, otherwise you probably would not have fallen. You must prove that the business owner knew or should have known that the injury occurred. You must also prove that you have injuries that either are new or pre-existing, which became worsened by the fall, and you must prove what your damages are, your medical costs, your loss wages, your future wages, and any future medical costs that you have are all related to the slip and fall that occurred in that particular business setting.

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