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Orlando Premises Liability Lawyer

Property and business owners have a duty to maintain their property in a way that makes it safe for anyone who comes onto their property. Premises liability refers to the area of the law in which injuries are caused to individuals as a result of dangerous conditions on a property or careless maintenance of the property on the part of the property owner or manager. Florida law says property owners must warn visitors or tenants of hazards on their property, or make their property safe for the visitors they invite. This applies to owners of businesses, homes, apartments and other buildings, as well as public areas such as city parking lots and sidewalks. Contact our experienced Orlando premises liability lawyers for more information or assistance.

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A grocery store failing to post wet floor signs, slippery surfaces, uneven floors, broken sidewalks or steps, falling in potholes, and being hit by falling merchandise are just a few examples of premises liability. Premises liability law also includes negligent security, in which property owners can be held liable for violent crimes if they failed to take reasonable security measures. Florida Law provides a number of responsibilities for the owners or operators of homes and businesses, to make them safe for the people who visit them or who shop there. But all too often, the property owners or operators don’t follow through on their responsibilities causing someone to be seriously hurt as a result. When that’s the case, the injured person has a legal right to make a claim against the property’s owner or manager for the injuries they sustained. These injured victims typically incur expenses related to the incident, such as medical treatment, rehabilitation, medication, or lost income due to their inability to work. They may also lose the ability to perform various activities of normal daily living, in both the short and long term, and may endure pain and suffering.

If you have been in a premises liability accident, it is vital that you not talk to any company or insurance investigator, sign any papers, or accept a settlement before talking to a premises liability lawyer. Many injuries have long-term consequences that simply are not accounted for by insurance companies. Insurance companies have a team of adjusters, investigators and attorneys whose goal is to minimize the amount of money they pay to victims.

Contact Experienced Orlando Premises Liability Lawyers Today

Therefore, it is important for you to seek the advice of a lawyer in order to protect your right to fair compensation. Contact Israoui Law and allow our experience to go to work for you. At Israoui Law our Orlando premises liability lawyers are dedicated to representing the injured – not insurance companies. We work side by side with you to ease the worry of having to fill out forms, request information, and speak to insurance adjusters. We allow you to focus on what is most important – getting well and recovering from your loss. At Israoui Law, we understand your concerns and will do our best to ease your burdens. We will dedicate the necessary resources to ensure that you are adequately represented and your rights are protected. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you and your loved ones with regard to any potential case. There is never any charge for an initial consultation and we are happy to schedule appointments at your home, in a hospital or at a location that is convenient for you. We represent clients on a contingency fee basis. If for any reason there is no recovery, then we receive no fees or costs. Simply stated, we are paid fees and costs only if you win. At Israoui Law, personal attention matters.

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