How Can I File a Successful Premises Liability Claim in Florida?
If you have been injured on another person’s property due to no fault of your own, you may be seeking financial compensation. To learn if you have a valid premises liability claim, it is important that you retain the services of an experienced personal injury attorney. Do not hesitate to reach out to our experienced personal injury firm. We would happily walk you through each step of the legal process ahead. Continue reading to discover how to win a premise liability claim and the compensation you may be eligible for after being injured in an accident.Get Your Case Started
How can I win a premises liability claim?
With the assistance of a knowledgeable and skilled personal injury attorney, they will work to satisfy the burden of proof on your behalf. This is necessary to win a premises liability claim. They will first prove that the property owner knows or should have known of the unsafe conditions on their property and failed to take action to resolve them. Next, your attorney will work to prove that these negligent actions resulted in your injuries and significant damages. To begin this process, reach out to our experienced personal injury attorney today who is prepared to take on your case. Reach out to our firm to discuss the next steps you will take to recover the compensation you require to heal.
What compensation am I eligible for after being injured in an accident?
There are two types of compensation that you may be eligible for after being injured on another person’s property due to no fault of your own. The types of compensation you may be eligible for are as follows:
- Economic damages: tangible damages such as the following:
- Stays in hospitals, surgeries, rehabilitation, and lost wages.
- Noneconomic damages: intangible damages such as the following:
- Pain and suffering, disfigurement, the loss of enjoyment of life, and more.
What is the statute of limitations for premises liability claims in Florida?
The statute of limitations for premises liability claims in Florida is generally four years. This means that you will have four years from the date of your accident to take legal action against the negligent party who is responsible for your accident. This is important to understand because failure to file within this time period can result in you being barred from suing. To begin this process as soon as possible, reach out to our experienced personal injury attorney today to bring attention to your claim. Our firm is prepared to take on your case. We would be happy to schedule your initial consultation.
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