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If you suffer an injury on someone else’s property in Florida, you might have a premises liability case. Many factors go into whether you can file a claim, including whether you were invited to the property or you were trespassing there. The best way to know if your situation is eligible for a lawsuit is to discuss the matter with experienced Florida premises liability attorneys.
To help you understand Florida’s laws surrounding premises liability and prepare you to discuss the matter with an attorney, we’ll outline some of the most important legal aspects of these kinds of cases.
When Florida law refers to your status at the time of your premises liability injuries, it’s referring to whether or not you were an invitee, licensee, or trespasser on the property. Here’s the definition for each of these statuses.
Many circumstances can leave room for trespassers to still file a claim under premises liability laws in Florida. Here’s a look at some ways property owners can be held liable for injuries a trespasser sustains while on someone else’s property.
While property owners need to be vigilant in knowing when a person is trespassing on their property so they can remove those individuals, they must also avoid using excessive force or acting with intention to harm the trespasser.
Because premises liability cases are complex, it’s best to discuss your unique situation with knowledgeable Florida premises liability attorneys. Regardless of whether you were an invitee, licensee, or trespasser on the property, you could receive compensation from the property owner if you’re injured on their land.
In your search for the right attorneys, look for a team that helps you understand your rights and allows you to feel at ease. You should never feel pressured into filing a case when you don’t want to, especially if family members are involved!
Your legal team should also be responsive and make you feel like your case is important. Timeliness is important when dealing with the Florida court system because there is a statute of limitations on premises liability cases.
At Goldman & Daszkal, our clients receive superb customer service and responsiveness. We offer a free consultation to help you evaluate your situation and make an informed decision about your next steps. Whether you were invited to the property or were trespassing, you should protect your best interests and learn about your legal options. Contact our premises liability attorneys to get started.
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