Do I Have to Sue My Friend if I am Hurt on Their Property?

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Do I Have to Sue My Friend if I am Hurt on Their Property?

You might find yourself in a tricky situation if you have been injured on a friend’s property due to unsafe conditions. However, we understand if you do not want to take legal action against your friend. If you have found yourself in an uncomfortable situation such as this, it is important to understand the details of seeking compensation. Continue reading to discover if you will have to sue your friend and what steps you should take after begin injured in an accident. Give our firm a call today to schedule our initial consultation. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding a premises liability claim. We are here to help.

Will I have to sue my friend for an injury sustained on his property?

The good news is that you will not have to take legal action against your friend directly in most cases. Instead, you will take legal action against their insurance company if you have been injured on their property. This can drastically reduce the financial burden for your friend.

What should I do after being injured in an accident?

If you have been injured on a friend’s property, it is important to have a plan that will protect you and set you up for a successful personal injury claim.

  1. Call 911. The police will document your accident and bring medical attention to the scene.
  2. Collect any witnesses’ contact information as you wait for the ambulance.
  3. Take photos of your injuries and the scene of the accident.
  4. Seek medical attention once the ambulance arrives.
  5. Collect all medical documentation relating to the event.
  6. Retain the services of an experienced Florida personal injury attorney who will work to satisfy the burden of proof necessary to recover the compensation you require to heal.

What is the statute of limitations for a premises liability claim in Florida?

The statute of limitations for premises liability claims in Florida is generally four years from the date of the incident. To avoid being barred from suing, you must take legal action against the negligent party within this period of time. It is best to begin this process as soon as possible. To get started today, reach out to our experienced personal injury attorney who will walk you through the claims filing process. We are prepared to take on your case and fight to recover the compensation you deserve.

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If you have been injured in an accident due to no fault of your own, you need an attorney who truly cares about your right to heal. Merricks Law Group handles a wide array of injury claims, including injuries sustained in auto accidents, slip and falls, and more. Contact Merricks Law Group today.

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