Tallahassee Premises Liability Lawyers
Property owners and the parties who work for and represent them have a duty to ensure a hazard-free environment for all visitors. When that duty is not fulfilled, it places innocent people at risk of serious injury. If you have been injured while you were on someone else’s property, you may be entitled to seek compensation for your medical care and any other losses you suffer as a result.Injury claims against a property owner can be very difficult to prove. Be sure that you have a qualified Tallahassee premises liability attorney representing you from the start. At the Law Office of David H. Burns, P.A., we have extensive experience with these matters, and we dedicate our entire practice to helping injury victims seek fair compensation for the losses they suffer due to the negligence of another.
Handling A Broad Range Of Claims Against Property Owners
Our firm handles premises liability claims involving all types of properties, including grocery stores, restaurants, apartment buildings, office buildings, hotels and resorts, shopping malls and private homes. Property owners and their insurance companies are highly motivated to settle these claims for the minimum possible amount. They work hard to protect their own interests, and you should have strong legal representation from an attorney who will do the same for you.
We are prepared to represent you in any type of premises liability claim, including:
- Negligent security
- Dog bites and animal attacks
- Swimming and drowning accidents, including swimming pool and retention pond drownings
- Slip-and-fall injuries
- Elevator and escalator injuries
- Stairway accidents
- Insufficient lighting or signage
- Failure to warn of a hazard
Electrical Injuries And Electrocutions
Property owners can also be held accountable in cases involving electrical injuries and electrocutions that occur because of dangerous wiring, failure to address an electrical hazard and other types of negligence. These can include improperly installed wiring that does not meet code and a property owner’s failure to properly secure a dangerous area that contains live wires that could cause serious injury. Our experience in these matters includes seeking fair compensation for injury victims as well as pursuing wrongful death claims on behalf of surviving family members in electrocution cases.
Contact Our Florida Lawyers About Your Personal Injury Claim
If you are seeking legal representation for injuries you suffered on another person’s property, contact our attorneys today to schedule a free initial consultation. You can reach our Tallahassee, Florida, office at 850-692-2000, toll free at 888-536-1781, or via email.
We offer our clients a contingency fee plan and collect no fees unless we recover compensation in their cases.