Support for injuries caused by unsafe premises and negligence
In Florida, anyone who is responsible for ensuring the safety of a property may be considered to be at fault if an individual is injured due to unsafe property conditions. Just a few examples of unsafe conditions that can cause injuries are the following:
- Falling products from high shelves in stores
- Change in elevation in walkways
- Unsecured rugs on slippery floors
- A lack of railings provided in elevated areas
- Slip and fall accidents
- Dog and animal bites
If you have been injured due to the carelessness or negligence of a property owner or manager, you may be able to pursue a personal injury claim against the property owner, occupier, or even a tenant.
How our premises liability attorneys can help with personal injuries
Your ability to file a premises liability claim for injuries is subject to complex requirements established by Florida law. In fact, the law establishes differing degrees of responsibility based on the purpose of the injured individual for being on the property.
The personal injury attorneys at Aloia & Roland, LLP understand the complexities of the state premises liability laws. During your free initial consultation, you have the opportunity to describe the details of your case. This allows us to assess whether it makes sense to pursue your claim and determine the next logical steps. If your case does not qualify under the Florida premises liability laws, our lawyers may be able to find other ways to help you pursue compensation for injuries you sustained on the property of others.