Premises liability cases require firm representation

As we discussed in our previous blog post, Florida has some very strict premises liability laws. These laws can be difficult to work through, especially if you are trying to heal after suffering from a traumatic injury that occurred on someone else’s property. When you are trying to determine if you have a case against someone else, we can discuss your case with you to help you determine what possible actions might be appropriate for your case.

One of the concepts that you have to know about when you are working with a premises liability case is that there are safety requirements and building codes that must be complied with. These requirements and codes are meant to keep people safe. If landlords, building owners, and property owners don’t follow the requisite guidelines, people can be hurt in an accident.

When dealing with a premises liability cases, it is important to show that the property owner knew that the defect on the property could harm someone. In some cases, it might be possible to prove negligence on the part of the property owner. Either way, having expert testimony is a way that you can get to the bottom of the matter and present your side of the story.

We know that you have questions you want answered. We know that determining all aspects of filing a premises liability lawsuit can be challenging. We can help you to find answers to your questions and learn what you need to do if you decide that you want to pursue compensation for an injury you suffered on someone else’s property.