Premise Liability Lawyer in Tallahassee
Holding Florida Property Owners Accountable
Visiting someone else’s property shouldn’t be dangerous, and after being injured due to a premises owner’s negligence, it may be time for you to seek a settlement. Whether it’s a slip and fall at a grocery store, a fall from a broken railing, being beaten by an overly aggressive bouncer, or being sexually assaulted at an apartment complex, property owners have a duty to keep you safe. When they fail, lives are ruined, resulting in premises liability cases. Let a dedicated Tallahassee premises liability attorney help you put yours back together.
Property owners and businesses have a duty to maintain their properties in a way that ensures the reasonable safety of their customers and visitors to protect them from a terrible personal injury. When these requirements are not being met due to conditions on the property, the property owner is responsible for alerting any customers or visitors to that fact. Negligent property owners can be the cause of serious injuries that can result in devastating life changes. When you get injured on someone else’s property, the property owner may be held liable.
At Fasig | Brooks, we have successfully prosecuted hundreds of premises liability cases. We obtained a $1 million settlement for a man who slipped and fell at work, hurting his lower back so badly he could not work again. We recently received a $350,000 settlement for an elderly woman who was attacked in her hotel room and sustained a mild traumatic brain injury. We obtained a $395,000 settlement for a man who tripped and broke his femur while going down the stairs of the apartment in which he was living. These are just a few examples of the numerous cases we have won for our clients who were injured on someone’s property.
The Tallahassee premises liability attorneys at Fasig | Brooks have years of experience representing clients who received severe injuries or were killed through the negligence of property owners. In the case of injuries not involving wrongful death, victims are also entitled to compensation for their pain and suffering, inconvenience, and lost capacity for the enjoyment of life. These lawsuits can be filed by the injured, or in the case of death, by the decedent’s heirs or beneficiaries. The premises owner should be held responsible for the slip and fall accidents that they caused on their commercial property or private residence according to Florida law.
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Injuries Caused by Property Owner Negligence & Wrongdoing
Typically the injuries in premises liability cases have occurred as a result of:
- Poor lighting
- Shelving or products falling on customers
- Negligent security
- Improper signage
- Broken sidewalks
- Falling objects
These types of injuries can be the cause of horrific tragedies, such as permanent disability and wrongful death cases. A Tallahassee premises liability lawyer can help you obtain fair compensation in your personal injury case by proving that you are not at fault for your accident.
Let Our Tallahassee, FL Premises Liability Lawyers Seek the Damages You Deserve
In your premises liability case, your lawyer will help you obtain fair compensation by accurately calculating the amount of damages that you are owed for your personal injury. Your premises liability claim can include economic and non-economic damages to help cover the cost of all your injuries that occurred on someone else’s property.
After your premises liability accident, you probably have high medical bills, lost wages, and other damages because of your injury. For example, if you suffered from bone fractures, you will need imaging scans, medical tests, or even surgery. All of your medical bills, even if they are ongoing, can be included in your compensation. In most premises liability accidents, victims have to take time off from work because of their personal injury. All of this can be included in your compensation for your premises liability claim.
In wrongful death cases, you will want to include funeral bills, burial costs, and other damages related to the death of your family member. Loss of consortium and the number of dependents are significant factors in your wrongful death claim. Speak with a Tallahassee premises liability attorney to find out what other damages can be included in a wrongful death claim.
Pain and suffering are a form of non-economic damages caused by the injury. For example, anxiety, depression, shame, and other negative emotions can cause psychological pain.
Premises liability suits are civil suits that ensure the property owner is held liable for serious injuries in Tallahassee, Fl. Once it is proven that the negligence of the property owner led to the injury or death of another, monetary damages will be awarded. The damages are intended to compensate the injured, their heirs, or beneficiaries, for medical and funeral costs as well as lost wages that would have been earned over the life of the decedent. They also compensate for loss of services and companionship. In addition, punitive damages may be awarded if the property owner showed an extreme degree of neglect. A jury typically decides the amount of this award for your personal injury.
The Tallahassee personal injury lawyers at Fasig | Brooks have represented individuals in premises liability suits since 1983. We have the expertise you need.
Contact us in Tallahassee at (850) 777-7777, Orlando at (407) 286-6000, or Jacksonville at (904) 222-3333 to learn more.