Were you hurt due to a dangerous or defective condition on someone else’s property? If so, the property or business owner could owe you compensation for your medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and other losses. However, holding property or business owners accountable can become a complex, time-consuming process. That’s why you need the help of a Pensacola premises liability lawyer.
At Cardoso Law, PLLC, we are proud to protect and advocate for injured Floridians like you. We fight for every penny our clients deserve, aggressively negotiating settlements or taking cases to court when insurers refuse to pay fair value.
Our primary purpose is to achieve the best possible outcome for every client we represent. You can see our success reflected in the millions of dollars in compensation we have recovered on their behalf. We are ready to listen to your story, investigate your case, and hold the liable parties accountable for the harm they caused you.
The attorney you choose to represent you in a premises liability claim can make a big difference in the outcome of your case. Let us make that difference. Contact Cardoso Law, PLLC, for a free initial case evaluation with a premises liability attorney in Pensacola, FL.
Common Types of Premises Liability
Examples of accidents and incidents that can lead to a premises liability claim include:
- Slip and falls and trip-and-fall accidents, which are caused by hazardous conditions on the floor or ground
- Dog bites, as pet owners are liable when their animal bites and injures someone in public or lawfully on private property
- Uneven pavement, which can lead to slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents
- Water leaks, including water leaks from broken pipes, pools, or broken or poorly maintained refrigerators or freezers
- Defective conditions on premises
- Negligent security, for injuries incurred due to a lack of properly trained security personnel, broken or missing locks, inadequate lighting, or lack of surveillance cameras or alarm equipment
- Elevator, escalator, and stairway accidents, including slip-and-falls, trip-and-falls, or entanglement accidents if a person gets caught in a defective or inadequately maintained elevator or escalator
- Assault and rape, which may lead to a premises liability claim if a perpetrator accessed the property or committed the assault due to a lack of security
- Ceiling collapse and other building collapse incidents
- Fire safety and building code violations, which may give rise to premises liability if a visitor suffers burns and other injuries in a fire or explosion