Premises liability laws in Florida require the owners of private and public properties to make sure that their properties are safe for visitors, workers, and residents. Some examples of premises liability accidents include:
Slip or Trip and Fall Accidents
Parking Lot Falls
Worn/Raised Carpet and Floor/Tile Boarding
Lack of Security Cameras
Injuries to Children at School or Day Care
The sooner you obtain an experienced attorney, the better it is for your case. Our team at Finnell, McGuinness, Nezami & Andux, P.A. has years of experience in handling and litigating various types of premises liability cases and obtaining multi-million-dollar settlements for our clients. Contact experienced attorneys at Finnell, McGuinness, Nezami & Andux, P.A. for a free consultation and help in obtaining a proper compensation for your injuries.
We Will Fight For You From Day One And Never Give Up
Slip and fall / trip and fall payouts can be substantial, which is why big insurance companies have a team of high-powered attorneys dedicated to fighting these claims every step of the way. They know how to stall, delay, and reduce settlements.
With years of experience under our belt, the attorneys at Finnell, McGuinness, Nezami & Andux P.A. are familiar with all the tactics used by the major insurance companies to battle your claim. We have taken on the big guys and have won significant financial compensation for our clients time and time again. Why not let us do the same for you?
There Is A Statute Of Limitations For These Cases. Let Us Get Started Today!
The vast majority of personal injury cases, including those related to slip and fall / trip and fall and premises liability, are settled before going to trial. Moreover, many of these types of cases are governed by strict statutes of limitations. Therefore, time is of the essence! Call or email us to set up a free legal consultation. We will familiarize ourselves with the specifics of your case, start to formulate a strategy, and walk you through all the steps that lie ahead. We will take your case on a contingency-fee basis. That means we don’t get paid unless you get paid.