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Alan Goldfarb, P.A. Trial Attorneys
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Miami Condo Building Collapse Attorney

Thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and the families of the Champlain Towers South Condo located in Surfside, FL. which collapsed on June 24th. Alan Goldfarb, P.A. can assist anyone looking for legal help or information on the accident contact our law firm today or call 305-371-3111, we can help you.

Alan was involved in lawsuits in 2012 and 2015 successfully representing the victims of the Miami-Dade College Parking Garage Construction Collapse. If you or someone you know was involved in the Surfside condo collapse, contact the attorneys at Alan Goldfarb, P.A.

Rescue efforts underway after Miami condo highrise collapses, killing 1

Miami Premises Liability & Wrongful Death

The owners, operators and/or managers of a condominium have a legal responsibility to maintain that building and to protect others from dangers or unsafe conditions on that property. If an building collapse occurs, the owner, operator or manager may be responsible if his or her negligence caused the collapse and subsequent injuries. In these types of cases, the injured person may have a right to recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages in the past and the future and pain and suffering. There are a variety of premises liability cases and the applicable Florida law governing premises liability lawsuits depends on the specific facts of each case.

Contact Our Miami Condo Collapse Attorneys

Our Miami accident attorneys have more than 50 years of experience litigating all types of personal injury claims, contact our law firm today or call 305-371-3111, we can help you.

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