Orlando Property Accident Attorneys
Property owners have a duty to prevent unnecessary injury to people who visit a shopping center, amusement park such as Disney World, parking garage, hotel, or apartment complex. The legal concept of “premises liability” speaks to that responsibility of homeowners and business owners to keep property conditions safe for others.
Contact us if you have suffered serious injury as a result of a trip and fall accident on slippery stairs or an assault in a poorly-lit hallway.
At Billings, Morgan & Boatwright, LLC, our lawyers have years of experience assisting clients injured on another’s property. Unsafe property can cause serious bodily harm, and the owner of the property can be liable for accidents brought about by hazardous property conditions that the owner knew (or should have known) about. The failure to maintain public spaces in a safe manner constitutes negligence, and you are entitled to compensation for injuries occurring as a result of unsafe conditions on the property.
A hotel’s failure to provide adequate security can result in crimes being committed against their guests. Florida law requires such entities to implement reasonable security measures to protect patrons. Talk to an attorney if you were the victim of a violent crime (including robbery, burglary, assault, and rape) as a result of negligent security while at a hotel, motel, or other commercial establishment.
If you or a loved one has been injured as the result of a property owner’s failure to maintain property, we can help you pursue your case. You may speak to a property accident lawyer about your case at no cost. We do not charge attorney’s fees unless we recover money damages on your behalf.
Often, a woman who has been assaulted or raped appreciates the opportunity to work with an experienced and compassionate female attorney. Let us listen to your story and investigate to determine whether you may be able to recover for your injuries or losses.
Contact us to schedule a consultation regarding a serious injury that occurred on someone else’s property.