Miramar Premises Liability
There are many reasons why you might visit a property in Miramar. You may be a customer at a restaurant or another business. You may be a potential customer or simply a visitor. Your job may require you to access property (especially if you are a postal worker or utility worker). Of course, you expect property owners to maintain their properties safely and provide you with a safe experience. If they fail to do so and you are injured as a result, you may have a premises liability claim in Miramar or your community.
If you would like a no-cost evaluation of your case, you can contact Flaxman Law Group at any time to arrange for a free consultation. Our phone lines are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week so that you can always reach a live person if you have questions or concerns.Who is Liable for My Injuries?
If you have been injured on a property – especially a business property – it is important to consult with a personal injury attorney in Miramar right away, since there may be multiple liable parties in your case, including:
- The property owners. In most cases, it is the property owners who are held primarily liable for injuries on a property. This is especially the case if an injury occurs on private property, where ownership and residency is straightforward.
- The tenants of the property. In some cases, those who rent a property may be held partly liable. For example, if a business rents a retail space in a mall or commercial area, the store owners may be responsible for safety conditions in their individual store while the company owning the larger mall is responsible for the safety of common areas.
- The maintenance companies for the property. Many businesses hire maintenance companies to perform checks on a property, to clean a property, and to care for a property. If a maintenance service is negligent in their duties or leaves hazards such as wet floors they may be held liable for injuries resulting from this recklessness.
- The management companies for the property. In cases where a property is not fully occupied, especially, there may be a security or management company responsible for maintaining the property and this company may be held accountable for injury if they are negligent in their duties.
Finding all liable parties is an important step in increasing the odds that you will get fair compensation for your injuries. For this reason, you will want to explore all your options by speaking with a personal injury attorney about your injuries.Contact a Personal Injury Attorney Today
There's no risk and no obligation associated with getting free, honest legal advice from Flaxman Law Group in a free consultation. Your free consultation is your chance to ask questions, get legal advice, and get information. Whether you would like to know if you have a case or whether you would like to know how much your case may be worth, Flaxman Law Group attorneys can review the details of your situation and can listen to the details of your injury in order to offer some advice to you. Call today for your free appointment.