Florida Negligent and Inadequate Security Attorneys
Under the law, property owners must keep their premises reasonably free of hazards that can injure the public - and when correcting the situation is not yet possible, warn about the danger. They need to keep their property reasonably secure, too, so criminals don't have free run and potentially cause harm. These are simple rules - but all too often, they're ignored and someone gets hurt. When that happens, the injured party may be able to recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and other potential damages. At Babbitt, Johnson, Osborne & Le Clainche, we've successfully handled thousands of premises liability cases. Our lawyers understand the law - and just as importantly, they understand the nuances of these cases, and the tactics defense lawyers and insurance companies often use. This enables us to recover damages quickly and effectively, obtaining not just results - but the right results. Negligence may have created your claim, but only a fair and speedy recovery should resolve it.
- Who might be liable for my injuries if I was injured on someone else's property?
- What kinds of damages are recoverable?
- If I am injured on someone else's property should I seek medical help?
Contact Our Premise Liability Lawyers
If you are facing a premise liability matter, contact our premise liability attorneys at (561) 531-5983 for a free consultation and case evaluation.