South Florida Miami-Dade Premises Liability Attorneys

Premises liability is the area of law that governs the legal duties a landowner owes to people on their property. The duty of care owed by an owner of land to those on the premises depends on the legal status of the person with regard to the property. In Florida, a person on the land of another is categorized as either a Trespasser, Licensee, or Invitee. How one is categorized can make or break your case. For example, a burglar is a Trespasser, a friend visiting your home is a Licensee, and a store customer is an Invitee.

Premises liability cases are very complex and have many nuances. You need an experienced attorney to help you navigate your case. If you or someone you know has been injured on the property of another in South Florida, call us at (786) 899-3500. We may be able to assist you. All consultations are free.

Amusement Park Accidents

An amusement park owner has a duty to exercise reasonable and ordinary care in keeping the property reasonably safe for the benefit of its patrons.
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Construction Site Accidents

Construction sites are inherently dangerous. However, those running and operating them must use reasonable care and follow all federal and state regulations.
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Daycare Abuse / Daycare Neglect

Every day, millions of Americans leave their child at a daycare so they can go to work, and believe their child is safe. Unfortunately, there are some daycare owners and staff members who fail these parents and their children.
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Negligent Security

Under Florida law, landowners have a duty to provide people on their property with competent security that will prevent predictable injuries and damages caused by third parties.
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Slip & Fall Accidents

A slip and fall accident takes places when a person on the land of another “slips” on a wet or slippery substance and “falls” to the ground suffering injuries.
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Store Negligence

The duty of care owed by an owner of land to those on the premises depends on the legal status of the person with regard to the property.
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Swimming Pool Accidents

In 2014, Florida Health reported that 43 children died in Miami-Dade County as the result of unintentional drowning. Another 48 were hospitalized as a result of a non-fatal drowning, and an additional 53 were treated at an emergency department.
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Trip & Fall Accidents

A trip and fall accident takes places when a person on the land of another “trips” on an object and “falls” to the ground suffering injuries.
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