Holding Negligent Property Owners In Florida Liable

Accidents that occur on another party's property are generally referred to as premises liability accidents. When a property owner's negligence is responsible for an accident or injury, the injury victim can seek damages for his or her losses in a premises liability suit.

At the Panama City law firm of Walborsky & Bradley, PLLC, we provides experienced personal injury and wrongful death representation in premises liability cases. These cases can be complex, but we know how to investigate the accidents and determine liability. You can rely on our attorneys for cases involving residential, commercial and public property.

For a free consultation with our premises liability lawyers, call us locally at 850-250-4252 or toll free at 800-800-8539.

Common Premises Liability Injuries

Dangerous properties cause serious injuries to unsuspecting people in Florida every day. Some of the most common causes of premises liability injuries include:

  • Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents
  • Defective stairways
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Falling objects
  • Fire hazards
  • Swimming pools and other open hazards
  • Dog bites

Helping You With Your Complete Recovery

These types of accidents can result in catastrophic or fatal injuries such as traumatic brain injuries, back injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, joint injuries and burns. Injury victims may be unable to return to work and care for themselves and their families.

To recover from these injuries, you will need compensation to cover medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. We will pursue the maximum amount of compensation you are allowed. In wrongful death cases, you may also recover damages for funeral expenses, loss of the deceased's future income and the personal loss of a loved one.

Contact Us Today To Schedule Your Free Consultation

Call a premises liability lawyer in Panama City today at to schedule a free consultation. You may also contact us online or call us toll free at 800-800-8539.