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Pensacola Premises Liability Lawyer
It’s reasonable to expect that the properties you visit will be well-maintained and safe, but that isn’t always the case. Suppose you sustained an injury due to the negligence of a homeowner, business owner, landlord, or anyone else. In that case, the law says they’re at fault.
If you are looking for a skilled and dedicated premises liability lawyer in Pensacola, FL, look no further than Crawford Law.
We Hold Property Owners Responsible
Property owners are responsible for keeping their premises safe. That means promptly resolving potential safety issues and warning visitors, guests, and tenants of dangerous conditions. Unfortunately, many property owners fail to do so, which can lead to serious injuries for those affected.
That's where we come in.
At Crawford Law, our team will help you take legal action against the property owner responsible for your injury and ensure they are held accountable. We know how to build strong premises liability cases and understand how to effectively advocate for those who have sustained injuries due to property owner negligence or misconduct.
After sustaining an injury at someone else’s property, getting your life back on track can be difficult. That’s why we offer comprehensive services designed to maximize your compensation, so you can focus on getting better.
Our Pensacola premises liability attorney has handled numerous premises liability claims and is ready to put his skills and experience to work for you.
Types of Premises Liability Accidents
Premises liability actions can encompass a wide range of situations. Any incident in which a property owner’s negligence has contributed to another person's injury can lead to the filing of a premises liability claim.
Some of the most common types of premises liability accidents include:
Who Can File a Premises Liability Claim?
Only people who are on another person’s property for a legitimate purpose can file a premises liability claim if they are injured. This includes people who are on a property for business purposes (invitees) and people who have been invited over by the property owner for social reasons (licensees).
Trespassers — who are not permitted to be on a property — cannot file a premises liability claim if they happen to be injured while trespassing.
It is important to note that children who wander onto a property are not considered to be trespassing in the same way that an adult is. Regardless of whether a child was permitted to be on a property, their parents may be able to file a premises liability claim if the child is injured due to unsafe conditions.
Premises Liability Damages
Filing a premises liability claim can help you recover compensation for the damages associated with your accident.
This may include:
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering and similar non-economic damages
A Lawyer You Can Trust
At Crawford Law, our lawyer provides representation and guidance to victims of dangerous conditions on private properties. Our professionals have helped countless clients achieve the compensation they deserve, allowing them to move forward with their lives. With years of experience and a track record of success, we know how to handle these complex cases. We understand what you’re going through and will work tirelessly on your behalf.
Contact us online or call (850) 220-2098 to get started on your case.
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