Plantation Premises Liability Lawyer
Hold Responsible Parties Accountable for Your Injury
In the state of Florida, it is considered the responsibility of a property's owner and manager to ensure that it is kept in a safe condition. When state safety regulations and common sense are ignored by property owners, they unfairly put visitors and customers at risk of serious injury. Whether in someone's private home, a small business, or something large like a shopping mall or hotel, you deserve to be feel reasonably safe.
If you have been injured while on another person's property, secure the legal assistance of a skilled Plantation injury attorney from the Law Offices of Jason T. Corsover today. Call 954.246.4504 to speak with us today.
Commonplace Negligence Can Cause Serious Harm
Just about any piece of land or property can become unreasonably dangerous to visitors when safety standards are not upheld. A premises liability case does not have to necessarily revolve around a fault in the building's construction, however. Sometimes a case can be built upon the action, or inaction, or the owner.
Hazards that can be grounds for a premises liability case include:
Building Your Case in a Premises Liability Lawsuit
When you are legally on private property and are injured, you should not be the one who has to pay for costly medical repairs and rehabilitation fees out-of-pocket. With a careful analyzation of the evidence, it can be determined that the responsibility of the injury ultimately falls on the property owner. It is not unusual for a skilled personal injury attorney to be able to discover gross signs of negligence at the scene of the accident and then use them to your advance in court.
Many premises liability cases revolve around four major points of contention:
- The defendant legally owned or possessed the premises
- The plaintiff had been legally on the premises
- There was ample reason for the defendant to be aware of the hazard
- The defendant did nothing to appropriately correct the hazard
Work with the Law Offices of Jason T. Corsover Today
Our Plantation premises liability attorneys understand that one of the farthest things from your mind while trying to recover from an injury someone else caused could be piles of legal paperwork. We are devoted to giving our clients the comprehensive, dynamic support that they deserve, all to help you get through this experience as easily as possible. We offer everything from free initial consultations to meetings held at our clients' homes or offices and never back down from a case, no matter how complex.
Contact us right away to start seeking fair financial compensation.