Premises Liability

Accidents take place on various properties all over the Florida and can result in serious personal injuries. Depending on whether you were an employee at the construction site or simply a bystander at the wrong place, determines how you will likely need to file your claim of injury because of the accident. If you were at work when the accident occurred, then your injury will probably fall under your worker’s compensation purchased by your employer. An injured bystander, on the other hand, will need to fill his or her injury under a personal injury claim.

Types of Injuries

Because there are so many different situations where an accident can happen, the types of injuries vary widely. Here is a list of a few of the possible injuries that may occur because of a premises liability related accident::

  • Shooting
  • Fighting
  • Crime Victims
  • Forklift Injuries
  • Electrocution
  • Machinery Accidents
  • Struck by Falling Objects
  • Crane Accidents
  • Ladder Falls
  • Scaffolding Accidents
  • Fall from Heights
  • Trip or Slip on debris
  • Demolition Injuries
  • Inadequate Security
  • Injuries Occurring an a Homeowner Property

Personal Injury

Someone who is injured in a premises liability accident must file a personal injury claim if they are hoping to receive reimbursement for medical bills, income lost and/or damage to quality of life. It is important that you are able to prove that the accident injury occurred because of someone else’s negligence. Not marking a potentially hazardous area, such as a large hole in the ground or a pile of sharp debris, or not having adequate security and adhering to the strict rules that involve are being utilized can cause injury.

Getting Legal Help

If you have been injured in premises liability accident in Florida, then it is crucial that you contact an attorney to help with the claim and possible litigation process. A Margate, FL attorney that specializes in premises liability injuries will be able to assist you in getting the compensation you deserve for the damages caused. We also have offices in Palm Beach Gardens, Delray Beach, Orlando, Ft. Myers, Tampa, Jupiter, Ft. Pierce, Port Saint Lucie, and Coral Springs.