Premises Liability

Premises liability claims are those personal injury claims involving an injury or accident on the property of another. A slip and fall is the most common form of premises liability accident. A slip and fall occurs when a hazardous condition, like an uneven or poorly lit walkway, causes a person to lose his or her footing and fall. Slip-and-fall injuries often result in back problems, spinal injuries, and broken or fractured bones.

Have you or a loved one been injured on the property of another? If so, contact me, personal injury attorney Justin Caldarone of The Caldarone Law Group, P.A., in Naples. I offer a free case evaluation to see how I can help you with your injury or accident. By working with you and filing a claim with the insurance company involved, I can give you a better chance of having your claim approved. If you have problems with approval from the insurance company involved, I can file a lawsuit on your behalf and take your case to court.

At The Caldarone Law Group, P.A., I handle all types of premises liability claims, including but not limited to the following:

  • Injury due to poor security
  • Dog bit or other animal attack
  • Slip and fall
  • Swimming pool accident
  • Roof cave-in
  • Fires or explosions
  • Equipment malfunction or poor safety at a constructions site

I have the experience and knowledge necessary to build an effective plan of action to fight for the compensation you deserve. By applying my experience and coupling it with persistence and dedication to clients, I will do my utmost to help you with your claim.

In any Florida premises liability case, the responsibility of the property owner must be proven. Any person or entity that owns property has an obligation to legal visitors to the property. That obligation requires the property owner to take the necessary, reasonable steps to ensure the property is safe and free from hazards. Or, if a hazard does exist, to ensure the public is warned about the potential danger. Routine inspections and maintenance are how property owners can avoid accidents and injuries from occurring.

An accident or injury can occur anywhere and at any time — a mall, parking lot, office building, theme park, house, apartment or retail store. When a property owner or building manager has been negligent in maintaining the property or has not fixed a known problem, this may be used to prove liability in a personal injury claim. Your premises liability lawyer will need to prove this to an insurance company by way of an insurance claim in negotiations or in court to help you get the financial compensation you deserve for medical expenses, lost wages and emotional pain and suffering.

Standing Up Against The Negligent Party On Your Behalf

I stand ready to help if you or a loved one has suffered an injury as a result of a property owner's negligence. Let me stand up to the property owner and the insurance companies on your behalf.

Call 239-244-3242 for your free case evaluation, or contact my firm online.