Premises Liability Attorney
When property owners fail to provide a safe environment for guests or customers, serious and entirely preventable injuries can result.
If you were injured on someone's property, our premises liability lawyers at Joe Horrox Law in Daytona Beach, FL, can help you recover.
How do you find out if you have a premises liability claim?
What Is Premises Liability?
When you enter a store or a restaurant, or when you are invited onto private property, you have a right to assume that you will be safe there. That is because property owners and business owners have a responsibility to protect their guests from dangerous conditions such as broken stairways, unstable railings, and unsafe floor surfaces.
This responsibility is known as premises liability. Property owners who fail to protect their guests from unsafe conditions may be found liable for the injuries that result.
What Our Attorneys Can Do for Personal Injury Victims
Come to You
We can schedule your appointment for a time that is convenient for you, including weekends and evenings. Our attorney can meet with you at your home or hospital room if you can't come to our Daytona Beach office.
Investigate Your Accident
Our premises liability lawyers will thoroughly investigate the cause of your injury and determine who was responsible. We have successfully handled a wide range of fall accidents and other premises liability claims.
Hold Negligent Owners Accountable
When a property owner fails to provide a safe environment, they place others at risk. At our law firm in Daytona Beach, we believe in holding negligent individuals accountable and provide the representation necessary to achieve this goal.
Increase the Amount of Compensation
Unfortunately, the first offer from the insurance company is not always a fair amount. Our attorney can negotiate with insurance providers or pursue a lawsuit to ensure you receive the level of compensation you deserve for your injuries.
Another thing that sets us apart is our law firm guarantee, and by that I mean we guarantee that at the settlement of the case, our client will walk away with more than what we get in terms of attorney fees. Joe Horrox
Not Sure If You Have a Case? Contact Our Personal Injury Law Firm
Premises liability lawyer Joe Horrox has spent more than 30 years protecting the rights of residents and visitors to Daytona Beach and surrounding areas under Florida's premises liability laws. These laws can be complex, which is why it's so important to hire an attorney.
We encourage injured victims to seek out legal assistance and learn more about how our firm can help. Contact us online to ask a question or request your free consultation. You can also reach our team in Daytona Beach by phone:
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Florida Premises Liability Laws
The state of Florida recognizes the following types of visitors to homes, places of business, and other properties:
- Invitees (such as customers at a store)
- Licensees (such as houseguests or visiting friends)
From a legal standpoint, property owners have a duty to keep their premises safe for all people. However, the burden of proof is greater for a trespasser compared to an invitee or licensee.
Statute of Limitations
In all personal injury cases - including those involving a person who was injured on another person's property - the victim has four years from the date of the injury within which to file a lawsuit.
If the injury resulted in death, the victim's eligible loved ones have two years from the date of the death to file a claim.
We urge injured victims and their families to contact our attorney in Daytona Beach as soon as possible to find out if they have a case.
Shared Fault: Florida's Pure Comparative Negligence Rule
Florida is one of several states that has enacted the pure comparative negligence statute. What this means is that all parties involved will be evaluated to determine if they played any role in contributing to the accident. In some cases, the injury victim will be assigned some share of the blame.
If you are assigned some share of the blame, any award you receive will be reduced by that amount. For example, if you are awarded $100,000 but were assigned 25 percent of the blame, you would only be eligible for $75,000 in damages.
It is important to note that this statute allows injured victims to seek compensation only if they were less than 51 percent at fault.
There Are Four Main Requirements
for a Premises Liability Lawsuit
Other Types of Premises Liability Cases
- Unsafe Construction
- Ceiling Collapses
- Balcony Collapses
- Inadequate Maintenance
- Retail Store Liability
- Swimming Pool Accidents
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