Injured On Someone Else’s Property?
Property owners in Orlando and throughout Florida have many legal responsibilities. One of the most important is to take prompt action to correct any dangerous conditions that could lead to accidents.
At Smith, Feddeler & Smith, P.A., we are committed to holding negligent property owners accountable for the harm people like you have suffered due to dangerous property conditions. Our personal injury lawyers handle claims involving businesses, apartment complexes, shopping malls, office buildings and other facilities. Such cases often revolve around:
- Slips, trips and falls — Whether you slipped on debris in a store aisle or fell down a stairway without handrails, our firm can advise you of your rights. If you have a strong case, we will take immediate action to preserve the evidence and seek compensation.
- Negligent security and assaults — Property owners in unsafe areas of the city should take proper precautions to keep people safe from assaults, muggings and other harm. This may include installing surveillance cameras or hiring security guards.
- Dog bites — Pet owners have a responsibility to control their animals. If you or your child was attacked and scarred by a dog, we can seek the full compensation you may need for future plastic surgeries and other care.
- Other dangerous conditions — Our lawyers also handle other premises liability cases involving unsafe swimming pools, missing smoke detectors and other types of negligence.
Our Attorneys Have A Keen Grasp Of Premises Liability Law
After a slip-and-fall accident, a dog bite or another incident, you may be entitled to receive financial compensation for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, and lost wages. However, proving liability can be challenging. When you choose our Lakeland-based law firm, you can be sure that you’re working with a lawyer who fully understands:
- The strict time limitations in premises liability claims
- The differences in the law between private (residential), public (commercial) and government (local, state, federal) properties
- The laws pertaining to whether the injured person was an invited guest, uninvited guest (trespasser), a child or someone on the property for business purposes
- The potential ability for an injured person to seek compensation even if he or she was partially at fault
Learn More About Your Rights In A Free Consultation With A Lawyer
If you or a family member has been injured on someone else’s property, let our lawyers inform you of your rights and your legal options. Call us today at 800-200-7546 or send us an email to schedule a free consultation.
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