Daytona Premises Liability Lawyer

Daytona Premises Liability Lawyer
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As a patron of a business, guest, or visitor, you deserve to feel safe when you step foot onto the property of a third party. Unfortunately, accidents can happen if the owner of a property fails to take appropriate measures to keep you safe. This might include a lack of security, maintenance, or other types of failure and negligence.

If you were the victim of an accident, a Daytona Beach  premises liability lawyer can fight for justice in your case. Depending on your situation, you could be eligible for financial compensation by filing a personal injury claim. Call (386) 763-2092 today, and a team member with Bogin, Munns & Munns can help answer your questions so that you can decide if legal action is right for you.

Causes of Accidents

There are many different ways in which accidents can occur on a property. In rare instances, an unforeseen outside factor can contribute to an accident, but more commonly, a lack of appropriate planning or supervision increases the likelihood of accidents and injuries. Sadly, the negligence on behalf of a property owner or manager can directly impact your life. Common oversights that lead to accidents, injuries, and premises liability cases include:

  • Failure to Secure Premises: Ways that a property owner could fail to secure their property include faulty security cameras, inadequate security personnel, unlocked doors and windows, and more. While these oversights can sometimes exist without consequence, they can also create very dangerous situations that may lead to physical altercations, theft, and more.
  • Poorly Maintained Property: It is the responsibility of every business owner, manager, or property owner to keep visitors and patrons safe. Failure to keep floors dry, maintain handrails, or regularly inspect electrical systems are all examples of negligence that put you at risk.
  • Unsupervised Animals: Animal attacks can also be the cause of a premises liability case. If you were the victim of a dog bite or animal-related injury, it could be because a potentially dangerous animal was left unsupervised on a third-party’s property.

These are a few of the long list of ways in which a third party could be liable for your suffering. In the United States, millions of people are injured in preventable accidents annually, according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). If you suffered in any way, you could have grounds for a legal claim.

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Different Types of Premises Liability Cases

While every case is unique, it is possible that your premises liability claim is based on one of the following common types of cases:

  • Slipping and falling accidents
  • Animal attacks
  • Assaults of a violent or sexual nature
  • Theft
  • Lost or damaged property
  • Physical injuries
  • Vehicle accidents
  • Wrongful deaths

Regardless of the type of incident you experienced, as a victim, you could have legal options available to you. It is important to determine which parties were at fault before filing a legal claim. The process can be complicated. A Daytona premises liability lawyer can determine who may be responsible for your injuries. Bogin, Munns & Munns may be able to help. Call (386) 763-2092 to start your free consultation with a team member and begin the process of moving forward with your life.

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Determining if a Third Party May Be At Fault

Florida law has specific rules for determining liability, depending on the situation. For example, according to Florida Statute § 768.0755, a slip and fall accident victim may not be liable for their losses if the property owner was aware of a hazard and knowingly failed to take appropriate safety measures.

Generally speaking, the owner or manager of a property, whether it is a business, personal residence, or community space, is responsible for keeping conditions safe for guests. Sometimes, a single party is negligent in premises liability cases, and in other instances, more than one party could be partially to blame for your loss.

The legal process can feel intimidating, complex, and confusing, but it is important to remember that there are lawyers who can help you during this already challenging time. You do not want to miss out on your chance for compensation if you were the victim of a preventable accident.

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Compensation You Could Recover

If you suffered an injury, financial loss, emotional trauma, or any other form of hardship, you could be eligible for financial compensation. By exploring your legal options with a lawyer, you can learn what forms of compensation you may be able to seek. Some cases result in the following types of compensation:

  • Punitive damages
  • Compensation for lost property
  • Reimbursement for medical expenses
  • Damages for emotional suffering

Understanding the legal process can be confusing, but a premises liability lawyer will be able to help walk you through each step so that you understand the options available to you during this difficult time.

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Getting Legal Help

A Daytona premises liability lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns may be able to fight for compensation. You do not want to miss out on your opportunity to recover the compensation you deserve following an accident that was caused by a third party.

Whether you are ready to take action or simply hoping to have questions answered, Bogin, Munns & Munns can help. Call (386) 763-2092 today, and a team member will be available to review your case free of charge. Take action today before it is too late.

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