Premises Liability Attorneys

Injured on Someone’s Property? Call our Tampa Bay attorneys!

The last thing on your mind when you enter someone’s property is the idea that you might sustain an injury. Owners of property, businesses, and facilities are legally obligated to provide safe conditions for permitted guests and visitors. Those who fail to adhere to standard codes and exhibit negligent behavior are vulnerable to premises liability claims.

Injured on someone else's property? You may be eligible for compensation. Contact the Paulsen Law Group today to seek justice for your suffering!

In 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recorded that 8,610,869 slip and falls occured nationally. The number of fatalities pedestrian walking over wet pavementreached 37,623 deaths just as a result of dog bites and slip and fall accidents. Paulsen Law Group takes premises liability very seriously, and our Dunedin attorneys have the experience that you need to seek compensation for you or your loved ones injuries.

Types of Premises Liability Cases

‚ÄčOur Dunedin legal team maintains an exceptional record of helping our clients who have experienced premises liability accidents by recovering the full or fair amount of monetary compensation. With over two decades of experience behind us, Paulsen Law Group is capable of handling your case while you or your loved one embarks on the road to recovery.

What are the Duties of Land Owners in Florida?

Premises liability laws were established to protect the public from possible dangerous conditions on or near people’s property. There are three specific types of land occupiers which may determine if a victim has grounds to file a claim.

These kind of occupiers include:

  • Invitee – Someone who is invited onto the property of another. This person is given permission to enter the property/area for commercial purposes, such as a customer in a department store.
  • Licensee – Someone who enters property for their own purpose, or is a social guest, and is present at the owner’s consent. Responsibility falls on the land owner or occupier to alert or prevent the licensee from exploring potential areas of injury on the premises.
  • Trespasser – Someone who enters without any right or permission to do so. If the owner has not granted access or is not aware of the trespassers presence, they have no obligation to warn them of any dangers of unsafe conditions on their property/area.

Let Our Tampa Bay Premises Liability Attorneys Help You!

At Paulsen Law Group, we focus our efforts toward investigating your claim by collecting all the facts and examining the evidence presented. Our client testimonials speak for themselves and you don’t have to pay until we win your case.

For a complimentary consultation, feel free to call us at (888)352-7180.

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