Florida Premises Liability Attorney
If you were injured on someone else’s property in Florida, a Florida premises liability lawyer from the Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato could help you recover compensation from the property owner or manager. You might be eligible to recover substantial compensation for both your economic and your non-economic damages—and Florida law does not place a cap on either.
The Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato is a client-first law firm that gives attorneys a good name. Our Florida premises liability law firm has a long history of fighting and winning premises liability cases and also get effective premises liability case tips from us. We do more, though, than fight to recover the compensation you deserve. We also strive to make your life as easy as possible in the days and weeks following your injury. We understand that you are likely in pain and even more likely under a lot of stress. We want to take it off your shoulders and deal with everything on your behalf so you can focus on getting better.
Our Florida personal injury law firm offers a free case evaluation, and we never collect a fee until you get paid. To speak with a member of our team today, call us at (954) 633-8270.
What is Premises Liability in Florida?
If you were injured on someone else’s property, you might be eligible for compensation no matter if your injury occurred on residential, commercial, or public property. A Florida premises liability lawyer from the Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato will help you fight for the full compensation you deserve.
What is Premises Liability in Residential Property in Florida?
Residential property includes houses, apartments, condominiums, townhomes, and other such dwellings that people call home. If you were injured on residential property, one or more of several parties may be liable under Florida’s premises liability laws. They include the:
- Landlord or property manager
- Home builder
- Home maintenance company
- Homeowner’s association
The circumstances of your injury will determine which of these parties it makes the most sense to pursue for compensation. We will investigate your case thoroughly to determine where liability should be assigned, and once we have identified the party or parties responsible we will aggressively pursue damages.
What is Premises Liability in Commercial Property in Florida?
Commercial property includes office buildings, retail stores, business parks, grocery stores and other places of business. The owners and managers of commercial property are bound by the same Florida premises liability laws as residential property owners and managers.
What is Premises Liability in Municipal/Public Property in Florida?
Examples of municipal and public property include beaches and city parks. Injuries sustained on public property are more complex and difficult to litigate, but the Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato can still help. We have won compensation for many clients injured on municipal property, and we want to help you, too.
How to Proving Premises Liability in Florida?
In order to hold the property owner or manager liable for your injuries, we must prove three things:
- There was a dangerous or hazardous condition on the premises;
- The owner or manager knew about the condition and did not take adequate steps to fix it;
- The condition caused or contributed to your injury.
The premises liability lawyer in Florida from the Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato will conduct a thorough, exhaustive investigation, gathering substantial evidence that all three conditions listed above are indeed true. We will collect the following and more, and we will use it when pursuing our claim:
- Police reports
- Accident reports
- Photo and video evidence
- Eyewitness statements
- Expert witness testimony
- Records of previous issues with the property
- Medical records
The Statute of Limitations
Florida has a four-year statute of limitations on filing a premises liability claim, but you should not consider it set in stone, as it might be shorter or longer for you based on a number of factors unique to your case. That’s why you should speak with a Florida premises liability lawyer as soon as possible so that we can determine how long you have to file. If we need to, we can take quick legal action to keep the statute from expiring.
What Compensation do you Get From Premises Liability Case?
The Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato believes in fighting for the full and fair compensation you deserve. Your settlement or award may include compensation for the following:
Our attorneys fight to get you paid both for your current medical expenses and for those we anticipate you will incur in the future.
We can get you compensated for the money you have been unable to earn while missing work due to your injury.
Reduced Earning Capacity
We can also recover compensation to make up for any long-term loss in your ability to earn a living.
Pain and Suffering and Inconvenience
Finally, we aggressively pursue a settlement for pain and suffering. We believe the liable party or parties should compensate you for everything you have had to go through.
Call The Florida Premises Liability Attorney For Help
If you were hurt on someone else’s property, a Florida premises liability attorney from the Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato will fight for your rights and help you recover the compensation you deserve.
At your free case evaluation, we will go over all your legal options and what to expect in the days and weeks ahead. To get started, call us today at (954) 633-8270.
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