Apartment accidents are serious. If you were hurt in one, you will need to retain the services of a skilled Tampa personal injury lawyer. Our legal team is on your side.
There are a number of different causes of apartment accidents. However, the majority of apartment injuries are a direct result of a property owner’s or landlord’s negligence. It is critical to recognize that in Florida, landlords are accountable for ensuring that their properties are adequately maintained for their renters and visitors. In the event that a landlord fails to perform this duty and an injury occurs as a result, they may be held responsible. Some of the most common types of apartment accidents include the following:
If you were injured in an apartment and would like to pursue legal action, it is critical that you obtain as much evidence as possible to bolster your claim. You can accomplish this by taking the following steps after your accident:
Personal injury claims are time-sensitive, which is why if you are looking to file a claim, you will need to move fast. This is because Florida has a statute of limitations of four years for most personal injury claims. This indicates that if you do not file within this time frame, you will likely miss out on the opportunity to file this claim entirely.
Because of this, you will want one of our skilled attorneys on your side to make sure that you are fulfilling each of your claim’s important deadlines. Contact our firm today to get started.
For a skilled Tampa personal injury lawyer you can trust, contact The Frank Santini Law Firm today for a free initial consultation.
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