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Property owners, landlords, and businesses are required to maintain safe conditions for guests who visit their property. If you have suffered a personal injury caused by the negligent maintenance of a property, you may be entitled to receive compensation in a premises liability lawsuit.

Severe injury can result when a property owner fails to repair dangerous conditions. When facing financial hardships associated with costly medical bills and lost income, you should consider hiring an experienced premises liability attorney who can make sure your rights are protected.

Premises liability lawyer Michael Barszcz has been handling cases for injury victims in the Orlando and Winter Park areas for more than 24 years. He knows the complex issues associated with these cases, and he will fight aggressively to get you the compensation you deserve. Please call 1.866-843-6353 today for your free consultation.

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What is Premises Liability Law?

Premises liability law is the area of law that governs cases involving injuries caused by the negligent actions of property owners. Premises liability laws require property owners to take the necessary steps to detect dangerous conditions, clearly warn others of these hazards, and repair these conditions in a reasonable time period.

There are many different ways in which you can become injured on another person’s property. Therefore, premises liability law covers a broad range of claims, including:

  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Negligent security
  • Dog bites on the property of another
  • Amusement park accidents
  • Swimming pool drowning
  • Stairway accidents
  • Improper upkeep of premises
  • Malfunctioning elevators and escalators
  • Defective handrails
  • Cracked, crumbling, or uneven sidewalks
  • Injuries caused by inadequate lighting
  • Unsafely stacked merchandise in stores

Premises liability law covers injuries caused in places of business as well as in private residences. As long as your injury was caused by the negligent actions of the property owner, property manager, or other person in control of the property, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your damages.

Proving Fault in Premises Liability Claims

There are three factors that must exist in order to successfully establish fault in a premises liability case:

  • The property owner, property manager, or tenant was in possession of the property when you were injured
  • Your injury was directly caused by a hazardous condition on the property
  • The property owner, property manager, or tenant acted negligently by failing to maintain the property, warn you of the dangerous condition or make the necessary repairs in a timely manner

Please contact the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., today for a free premises liability consultation. We serve clients throughout Florida and in the Orlando, Florida area.

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