Premises Liability Lawyer

Premises liability is type of a personal injury case where the injury was caused by an unsafe or defective condition on someone else’s property.
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Premises Liability Lawyer

Premises liability is type of a personal injury case where the injury was caused by an unsafe or defective condition on someone else’s property.
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What Does the Law Say?

Premises liability law applies to anyone who owns a property. This means that it applies to anyone from a homeowner to a shopping mall owner. It may also apply to someone who is leasing a property or a tenant in a rental property. Property owners have certain obligations to the public under local, state, and federal laws. When these laws are violated, and public spaces are not kept safe for guests, property owners can be held responsible for any accidents resulting in injury that occur on their property.

What Does the Law Say?

Premises liability law applies to anyone who owns a property. This means that it applies to anyone from a homeowner to a shopping mall owner. It may also apply to someone who is leasing a property or a tenant in a rental property. Property owners have certain obligations to the public under local, state, and federal laws. When these laws are violated, and public spaces are not kept safe for guests, property owners can be held responsible for any accidents resulting in injury that occur on their property.

How Does a Premises Liability Case Come About?

If someone is injured on another person’s property, and the injury is due to the owner’s failure to make the property safe, there could be a premises liability lawsuit. A few more requirements include: 

  • The property owner knew or should have known about the dangerous situation.
  • The property owner failed to repair or give adequate warning of the danger.
  • The injured person did, in fact, sustain an injury from the dangerous situation.

It is important to note that a property owner typically cannot be held responsible for injuries that result from things that they did not know about. In other words, guests must still exercise smart decisions on other people’s property and take care not to injure themselves.

Slippery walkways due to water or snow, defective sidewalks, building code violations, loose wires, and poor construction are all examples of conditions that a property owner has the duty to control.

Accidents that fall under premises liability can include slip and fall incidents, negligent security, and electricity incidents.

How Does a Premises Liability Case Come About?

If someone is injured on another person’s property, and the injury is due to the owner’s failure to make the property safe, there could be a premises liability lawsuit. A few more requirements include: 

  • The property owner knew or should have known about the dangerous situation.
  • The property owner failed to repair or give adequate warning of the danger.
  • The injured person did, in fact, sustain an injury from the dangerous situation.

It is important to note that a property owner typically cannot be held responsible for injuries that result from things that they did not know about. In other words, guests must still exercise smart decisions on other people’s property and take care not to injure themselves.

Slippery walkways due to water or snow, defective sidewalks, building code violations, loose wires, and poor construction are all examples of conditions that a property owner has the duty to control.

Accidents that fall under premises liability can include slip and fall incidents, negligent security, and electricity incidents.

What Compensation Can You Receive?

When hazards like these are disregarded, it can result in broken bones, burns, electrocution, and other serious bodily injuries. If you have suffered injuries and your case falls under premise liability, our experienced attorneys can assess your case and determine who should be held responsible for your pain and suffering.

Damages for premise liability are the same as other personal injury cases. You are entitled to payment for loss of wages, medical bills, loss of future earnings, and emotional distress.

What Compensation Can You Receive?

When hazards like these are disregarded, it can result in broken bones, burns, electrocution, and other serious bodily injuries. If you have suffered injuries and your case falls under premise liability, our experienced attorneys can assess your case and determine who should be held responsible for your pain and suffering.

Damages for premise liability are the same as other personal injury cases. You are entitled to payment for loss of wages, medical bills, loss of future earnings, and emotional distress.

Our Attorneys Can Help

When dealing with a personal injury lawsuit, you need a knowledgeable and skilled professional to navigate these murky legal waters.

Our Florida lawyers specialize in all areas of personal injury law including the specific nuances of premises liability.

Our Attorneys Can Help

When dealing with a personal injury lawsuit, you need a knowledgeable and skilled professional to navigate these murky legal waters.

Our Florida lawyers specialize in all areas of personal injury law including the specific nuances of premises liability.

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