A premises liability lawsuit results when a person is injured due to an unsafe property. Because property owners have a responsibility to ensure the safety of those who use their property, they can be held legally accountable for any injuries and associated costs that occur on their property. There are many accidents that can lead to a premises liability lawsuit, some being more common than others, but the best way for you to know if your case qualifies is to contact an attorney today.
The owners of commercial and private properties are legally responsible for ensuring the safety of any visitors or guests to their properties. Sadly, many of these people fail to keep their properties in safe condition, and every year innocent individuals are injured in accidents that could have been prevented. When this occurs, accident victims may be able to fight for financial compensation from the person or entity responsible for this devastating form of negligence.
At Winston Law Firm, our attorneys understand how traumatic accidents on dangerous properties can be and we want to help you take action against the party that left you injured. Do not hesitate to contact our offices at (954) 475-9666 to speak to an experienced and compassionate lawyer about your situation today.
Examples of Premises Liability Accidents
Any failure on the part of a property manager to protect the well-being of guests or visitors may result in devastating injuries, including broken bones, spinal injuries, cuts and lacerations, and brain injuries. At Winston Law Firm, we are prepared to represent individuals who have suffered any of the following:
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Elevator / Escalator Injuries
- Porch Collapse
- Stair Collapse
- Lead Paint Poisoning
- Mercury Poisoning
- Swimming Pool Accidents
Negligent property owners should not be allowed to get away with putting innocent people in harm’s way, so it is important that you take legal action if you have been injured because of unsafe conditions on someone else’s property.
Whether you have been injured in these or other accidents on another person’s property, you should contact a knowledgeable premises liability lawyer who can evaluate your case and let you know whether or not you are eligible to file a lawsuit against the negligent party. Each Florida personal injury attorney at Winston Law Firm, have years of experience handling premises liability cases and can help you stand up for your rights. If you or someone you love has been injured because of a negligent property owner or manager, contact our offices at (954) 475-9666.