Property owners are legally responsible for keeping their premises safe for customers and visitors. If they intentionally fail to uphold their obligation or are aware of defects which they have failed to fix, it can lead to serious accidents. At Fischer Redavid PLLC, our skilled legal team represents individuals who have been hurt as a result of unsafe or dangerous property conditions. We are here to protect your rights while pursuing damages for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
A property owner who fails to keep their premises safe must be held accountable for their negligent behavior. These cases can be difficult to navigate, especially if the property owner and their insurance company are not cooperating. Our Hollywood personal injury attorneys are here to help you pursue compensation so you can concentrate on your recovery.
A few examples of premises liability examples may include:
In premises liability cases, we may work to prove liability and hold any responsible parties accountable. This may include the owner, property manager, or even the design firm if there were incidents of improper installation.
Have you been injured as a result of negligent maintenance on another’s property? You may have grounds to file a personal injury claim against the property owner or responsible party to recover damages for your injuries, lost wages, and related expenses. This type of case is extremely complex because it requires gathering a significant amount of evidence to prove fault. Fortunately, our Hollywood premises liability lawyers have extensive experience in this area of law.
If defective conditions or negligence have led to you suffering, our firm is here to help. Contact us 24/7 at (954) 860-8434 to set up a free consultation.
Have a legal question? Would you like to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case with an attorney? You can get in touch with us via the form on the right, by call or text (FL: 954-860-8434; GA: 404-287-2856), or on our social media profiles below.
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