What To Know About Premises Liability Lawsuits

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Countless individuals are injured due to no fault of their own in slip and fall accidents every day. If you have been injured in an accident due to another party’s negligence, it is time to reach out to a knowledgeable personal injury attorney to begin your road to compensation. Continue reading to discover how to file a successful premises liability claim, what compensation you may be eligible for, and what the statute of limitations for premises liability claims are in Florida.

How can I file a successful premises liability claim?

The first step you should take when facing a premises liability claim is to retain the services of an experienced personal injury attorney who will work to satisfy the burden of proof on your behalf. The first step your attorney will take is to 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. They will then prove that you were injured and sustained significant damages as a result of this negligence.

To file a successful premises liability claim, you will need an attorney in your corner who has the experience, skills, and knowledge specific to premises liability claims and the challenges that come with them. Do not hesitate to reach out to our firm to discuss our services and how we can assist you to receive the compensation you deserve.

What compensation am I eligible for after being injured in an accident?

It is possible to seek two types of damages after being injured in an accident. These two types of damages are as follows:

  • Economic damages: tangible damages such as stays in hospitals, surgeries, rehabilitation, lost wages, and more.
  • Noneconomic damages: intangible damages such as pain and suffering, disfigurement, loss of enjoyment of life.

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

The statute of limitations for premises liability claims is generally four years in the state of Florida. This is important to understand because this means that you will have four years from the date of your accident to take legal action against the negligent party involved in your accident. If you wait to take legal action past this time period, you will likely be time-barred from suing. Take action today by contacting our experienced personal injury firm. We are prepared to handle your case with our experience and skills.

Contact Our Experienced Florida Firm

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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