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Orlando Premises Liability Lawyers

Understanding Property Owner Liability in Florida

In Florida, property owners owe visitors and guests a specific duty of care when it comes to providing and maintaining safe property grounds. They should take reasonable measures to protect the safety of lawful visitors by maintaining the premises, keeping it free from hazards, and even implementing appropriate security measures to prevent criminal activity.

When property owners fail to maintain their premises and lawful visitors are injured as a result, they may be held accountable. Premises liability actions apply to accidents and injuries that occur on another’s property. This may include hotels, motels, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, amusement parks, retail stores, and may others. It takes a competent Orlando premises liability attorney to pursue such a claim, as the burden of proof lies with the victim.

At Fasig | Brooks, we represent clients in Orlando and across Florida who have suffered harm while on another’s property. We have been helping injured Floridians for well over 30 years and have successfully handled thousands of cases.

Call our offices at (850) 222-3232 for a free review of your premises liability claim.

Common Grounds for Premises Liability Actions

A premises liability action may have one of numerous causes, as long as the underlying incident was caused by some form of negligent or wrongful conduct on the part of the property owner or manager. The plaintiff (injured party) will need to prove that this negligence was more than likely the cause of their injuries, and this may take the use of expert witnesses, accident reconstruction, an independent investigation, and a thorough analysis of physical and emotional injuries to identify cause and determine the fair value of a claim.

Our Orlando premises liability lawyers have the resources to handle cases involving:

  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Falls from heights
  • Injuries caused by falling objects
  • Foreign objects in walkways
  • Spills and standing water in walkways
  • Poor lighting
  • Defective flooring
  • Faulty or missing stairs
  • Escalator and elevator accidents
  • Assaults and attacks caused by negligent security
  • Ceiling collapses

Contact Fasig | Brooks today at (850) 222-3232 and find out how we can assist you.

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