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Property owners have a duty to maintain their properties in a safe condition to avoid causing harm to others. When you step out of your residence to lawfully visit or occupy other premises, whether it is a commercial property or private residence, it is reasonable to expect that these properties meet a certain level of safety. It is also reasonable to expect that the property owner has removed any hazards on their premises that may cause you harm.

If you are injured as a result of a property owner’s negligence, you may be entitled to financial compensation for the injuries suffered. If you believe a property owner’s negligence has caused your injury or you want to find out more about your rights, the Florida premises liability lawyers at Kagan Law can help you.

  • At Kagan Law Firm, our personal injury lawyers understand that every client’s needs are different and we offer tailored services to meet the nuanced needs of your case
  • Our experienced lawyers are passionate about getting justice for people who have been injured by others’ negligent behavior
  • When we represent you, we will keep you updated on the progress of your case every step of the way
  • We fight vigorously to protect your rights and help you secure the most possible compensation

Find out how the premises liability lawyers at Kagan Law Firm can help you by calling (954) 300-1068 today to schedule your free consultation.

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Duty of a Premises Owner

Every property owner or occupier has a duty to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe condition. What this means is that:

  • The premises must be kept in good repair
  • The floors and grounds must be kept free of hazards
  • The premises must be secured against theft and assaults, the construction must be sturdy
  • Amenities such as fire alarms and sprinklers must be in good working condition

Property owners or occupiers also have a duty to warn visitors of any unreasonably dangerous condition that may be present on the premises. However, visitors must also be aware of their surroundings because a property owner may not be responsible for injuries caused by an open and obvious condition on the premises.

Getting Compensation for Your Premises Liability Injury

Working with an experienced Florida premises liability lawyer gives you the best chance of gaining compensation for the injuries you have suffered. Injuries from unsafe premises include:

The financial consequences of these injuries can be substantial and may result in medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering.  If your injury was caused by negligence, the negligent party should be held financially responsible for your injury. While money will not reverse a severe or permanent injury, it will provide you with the financial means necessary to focus on your recovery.

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Contact a Florida Premises Liability Attorney

If you have been injured by a negligent property owner, contact our Florida premises liability lawyers for a free consultation. Call us today at (954) 300-1068 to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced attorneys.