In Florida, property owners have a duty to make sure their premises are safe for visitors. Whether the premises owner, or its agents, maintained actual or constructive notice of the alleged dangerous condition is a prime factor when analyzing the strength of any claim for premises liability. In the event that the harm endured by the visitor is reasonably foreseeable, a premises owner may be liable for their inability to secure the premises. Our premises liability attorneys are well versed in the numerous defenses available to the multitude of premises owners. Our team has experience defending property owners, both commercial and residential, that are alleged to be responsible for personal injuries, or the wrongful death, of visitors harmed from code violations, criminal acts, dangerous substances, premises in disrepair.
Broward County Office: 200 South Andrews Avenue, 8th Floor, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
Palm Beach County Office: 2080 West Indiantown Road, Suite 200, Jupiter, Florida 33458
Collier County Office: 5621 Strand Boulevard, Suite 310, Naples, Florida 34110
Miami-Dade County Office: 44 West Flagler Street, 19th Floor, Miami, Florida 33130
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