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Premise Liability

If you have been hurt on someone else's property they may be responsible for your injuries. Premise liability is a vague term that describes many types of events, including structural design flaws, unsafe conditions, environmental hazards, slip and falls, negligent security and a wide arrange of other issues not related to those mentioned above. Sometimes, when it is a security related issue, neighborhood crime statistics, event history and specific risk considerations play a part in determining whether an adverse event was foreseeable. In other situations, conditions which are known by the property owner to be unsafe can cause him to be liable for your damages. If you or a loved one has been injured by a property's foreseeable circumstances, you may have a case and should contact our office or fill out our FREE CASE REVIEW form.

Slip and Fall

Falling on another’s property or in a department store can be both embarrassing and cause serious injury. If you believe the fall you experienced was partly or completely the fault of another, call us. Property owners are responsible for keeping their premises safe and for warning visitors of any potential hazards. Falls can be scary and can lead to serious injuries. The term "slip and fall" describes the type of injury that occurs on someone else's property, usually as a result of a defective surface, a slippery substance, or other dangerous conditions. For example, if a supermarket owner mops the floor and does not mark the area to warn consumers, he or she may be legally liable for a fall down injury occurring in that location. Even if the property owner was unaware of the danger at the time the personal injury occurred, the other might be responsible if he or she should have known about it. It is important to seek a personal injury attorney with experience in slip and fall accidents. If you or a loved one has been injured in a personal injury accident involving a fall, please call our office or fill out our FREE CASE REVIEW form.

Dog Bite & Animal Injury

When a dog causes harm, you could have a case. In Florida, a dog owner is strictly liable for dog bites and injuries caused by the animal. Strict liability is the absolute legal responsibility for an injury that can be imposed on the wrong doer without proof of carelessness or fault. Under other circumstances, an owners negligence will make them responsible for injuries and property damage caused by his or her dog. If you or your family member has been seriously bitten by a dog and would like to know more about your legal rights, please call our office or fill out a FREE CASE REVIEW form.

Construction Accidents

If you have been injured at a construction site, give us a call. Construction sites pose many dangers to workers and others in the surrounding area. Common construction accidents include roof related falls, crane accidents, scaffolding accidents, run-over by operating equipment, lifting equipment failure, electric shock, trench collapses, fires and explosions, hit by highway vehicle, compressed gasses accidents and welding accidents. Proper protocol and safety practices can decrease a worker or passerby's risk of being injured. It is also the duty of the contractors to ensure that warnings are issued in hazardous areas. When someone causes a preventable construction accident through negligence, he or she may be liable for the victim's injuries. If you or a family member has been injured at or near a construction site, please give us a call or fill out a FREE CASE REVIEW form.


Machine Accidents

Have you been injured by a machine on the job or while at home? Contact our office to determine if you have a personal injury claim. Equipment malfunction is a common cause of machine accidents. The advantage machinery offers in terms of quantity, quality and productivity have made machines' important in almost every industry. Unfortunately, along with their benefits, machines have power to cause serious injuries, which could result in a product liability case.  In such cases, the machine manufacturer is often held accountable for product liability. Failure to adhere to safety standards or to wear protective equipment can also contribute to machine accidents, as can improper training, poor work conditions and other factors. If you or a loved one has been injured by a machine on the job or otherwise and is looking for an experienced attorney to meet your legal needs, please call our office or fill out a FREE CASE REVIEW form.

Negligent Security

If you have been injured due to the careless or negligent actions of a facility who should of had security, call our office and we will help you determine whether there is a case. A negligent security accident can result in battery, sexual assault, robbery or other crimes committed by a criminal perpetrator taking advantage of the insufficient security upon the premises. We have handled negligent security accidents that occurred at a hotel, shopping center, nightclub, subdivision and office. In many of those circumstances the land owner is negligent and could be found at fault for not preventing foreseeable injuries. If you believe you have been injured because of negligent security, please contact our office or fill out our FREE CASE REVIEW form.

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