Gainesville & Ocala Premises Liability Attorney
Help When You’ve Been Hurt
Have you been injured on someone else’s property due to a safety hazard? If so, you may have the legal grounds for a premises liability claim. The State of Florida tasks property owners with keeping their premises reasonably safe for the general public. If a hazard exists, and the owner either knows or should know about it, they are expected to either fix the problem or provide adequate warning of the danger.
When they fail to do this, and an individual suffers and injury as a result, the owner may be held responsible for the damages caused. Our Gainesville personal injury attorneys at Allen Law Firm, P.A. have extensive experience in handling premises liability cases, and are well-prepared to fight for the financial compensation you need to pay for hospital bills, lost wages, and more!
Premises liability claims can be made for injuries that are caused by:
- Slip, trip, and fall accidents
- Inadequate security measures
- Dog and animal attacks
- Inadequate safety measures at pools
- Inadequate warnings at construction sites
- Inadequate lighting
- Defective decking
- Uneven or cracked sidewalks or walkways
- Defectively designed, built, or maintained steps and railings
- Wet floors
- Falling objects
- Elevator and escalator accidents
- Amusement park accidents
- Toxic fumes or chemicals
Aggressively Fighting for the Compensation You May Deserve
From private to commercial property, if you have suffered an injury due to the negligence of the property owner, now is the time to act. Our personal injury lawyers can immediately begin work on your case by thoroughly investigating the incident, consulting with experts, and using the most effective and aggressive negotiation and litigation tactics to get you the compensation to which you may be entitled. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients, and have the knowledge, skills, and tools to help you.Contact us today in Gainesville at (352) 331-6789 or in Ocala at (352) 351-3258 and schedule your free initial case consultation!