Central Florida Premises Liability - Slip and Fall Accidents
If you have been injured in an accident caused by a property owner's negligence in maintaining safe conditions, you probably have a valid premises liability claim for damages against the owner. Examples of premises liability cases include slipping and falling on a wet floor at a supermarket, injuries suffered in unsafe or unsupervised swimming pools, or even assaults in public places normally protected by security personnel or monitoring. If you have been injured in a slip and fall or negligent security case, contact the Volusia County premises liability attorneys at James & Zimmerman in DeLand.
We have extensive experience with premises liability litigation based on our comprehensive understanding of Florida negligence law, the terms of standard property liability insurance policies, and local building safety ordinances throughout central Florida. These are all important factors in the investigation and proof of claims involving:
The injuries typical of premises liability cases can range from the fractures or damage to ankles and knees caused by slipping and falling on a slick floor to permanent disabilities resulting from falls from heights, gunshot wounds, or accidents in the water. Fatal injuries are also a hazard of swimming pool accidents or negligent security situations.
Our goal in all of our personal injury cases is to make sure that you recover damages sufficient to cover the complete measure of your injuries and future losses. Our experience in the investigation and settlement or trial of premises liability cases can help ensure that you receive the maximum value of your claim.