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Premises Liability Claims in Brevard County

Accident Attorney for Premises Liability

The team at High Stack Gordon Kirby is committed to defending the rights of accident victims throughout Brevard County. If you suspect that another person may be at fault for your injuries do not wait to contact us for a consultation.

Even when it is not immediately evident who is responsible for causing an accident, a closer investigation may reveal possible sources from which to claim financial compensation for your medical expenses, your lost income and pain and suffering. Our Brevard County personal injury lawyers have assisted our clients with recovering well in excess of $100 million in verdicts and settlements, and will work diligently to secure the money you need to move on from this difficult experience.

What Is Premises Liability?

When you file a personal injury claim against another party, your case is based on evidence that the other person failed in the duty to take reasonable precaution to avoid causing your accident. This duty extends to property owners, who have a responsibility to safeguard their guests and patrons against harm. Provided that it can be proven that the owner knew-or should have known-about the conditions which caused your injuries, and failed to correct the situation, you have a right to demand to be compensated for all your losses.

Common Examples of Premises Liability Claims

You can potentially initiate legal action against a property owner over any type of accident, but some of the most commonly filed claims involve injuries suffered in slip and fall accidents, such as on a wet floor in a store, on a cluttered or poorly lit staircase or on a cracked or uneven sidewalk.

Swimming pool accidents are another common cause for injury claims, such as an owner failing to install fencing or a self-latching gate to keep unsupervised children out. It may even be possible to sue a landlord over a dog bite or an assault if the attack took place due to a lack of proper security measures.

Consult a Personal Injury Lawyer Today!

Let us review the situation in a free consultation to determine whether you have grounds for a claim and to learn how much your case may be worth. Contact us today at (321) 725-7575.

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