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At Morgan Law Group, our Florida personal injury attorneys know that there may be some confusion when it comes to determining who is responsible for premises liability claims.

When most people think of premises liability claims, the first thing that comes to mind is slip and fall accidents.

While it is true that slip, trip, and fall accidents and injuries fall under premises liability laws, these types of claims can also include injuries or fatalities that result from negligent security, amusement park accidents, swimming pool incidents that involve drownings or near-drownings,  and even dog bites.

When any of these incidents occur, and injuries or fatalities result, most victims assume the property owner is liable for their damages and the corresponding financial recovery.

That is why we are here.

At Morgan Law Group, our skilled personal injury lawyers in Florida review each of our client’s cases to provide a customized legal strategy to pursue each liable party, which may include, but may not be limited to, the property owner.

Here is what our Florida residents need to know about premises liability claims.

Who Can Be Held Liable for Premises Liability Claims in Florida?

Property owners may be held liable for premises liability claims in Florida, but they are not the only ones.

Depending on the cause and circumstances of the injury or fatality that occurred, homeowners, landlords, property managers, maintenance workers, manufacturers, concert organizers, and event coordinators may be responsible for the victim’s financial recovery or their surviving family member’s damages.

If you have been injured on private, public, or government property in Florida because of another person, party, or entity’s negligence, talk with our skilled personal injury lawyers today to understand your legal rights and options to hold the liable parties accountable for your financial recovery.

Our dedicated Florida personal injury attorneys are available to discuss your case during a free consultation, and never charge any upfront legal fees. We only get paid after you receive compensation for your complete damages.

Contact Our Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers in Florida for a Free Consultation

Getting injured on someone else’s property is often no accident. When negligence is a factor on a friend or family member’s property, at a grocery store or restaurant, or even while at work, people are going to get hurt.

Contact our experienced Florida premises liability attorneys at Morgan Law Group to schedule a free consultation today by calling 888-904-2524 to learn how we can help you pursue the liable party’s insurance coverage for your complete financial recovery.