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Premises Liability

Property owners have a responsibility to protect citizens from injuries caused by negligence. Most property owners take that responsibility seriously and will prevent and remove hazards that lead to injuries. Not all commercial, municipal, and private property owners take the care necessary to protect those who lawfully use their premises. State and federal regulations protect the rights of citizens who have been injured by the negligence of a property owner when on a property for legitimate reasons. If you have been seriously injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, you can rely on the slip & fall attorneys at Youngblood Law Firm to help you recover the compensation you are entitled to. Contact our firm today to discuss your case with our free consultation.

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Negligence can be established if a person or entity knew or should have known about a hazard and did not take the necessary steps to fix the problem. In many cases, public landowners have the responsibility to monitor the property to ensure the safety of their customers, clients, or, in the case of municipalities, their constituents. Many injuries that would fall under premises liability can be quite serious and can include concussions, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, and more. Youngblood Law Firm represents clients who have been seriously injured in a variety of premises liability cases, including the following:

Statute of Limitations

If you have been seriously injured as a result of another person’s negligence, it is important that you consider your legal options, as you may be entitled to significant compensation for the burdens you have faced. If you do choose to take legal action against the negligent party, the state of Florida requires that you file your claim within two years of the date of the accident. This is referred to as the statute of limitations. If you fail to file your claim within that timeframe, you may not be eligible to recover any damages.

Fulfilling the Burden of Proof

One of the most important factors of any personal injury claim is the requirement that you, the victim, must fulfill the burden of proof. The burden of proof simply means that you need to find evidence showing that the negligent party knew or should have reasonably known about the hazard and failed to fix it, ultimately causing you to become injured. You may be able to fulfill the burden of proof by obtaining photos of the dangerous conditions, police reports, witness testimony, surveillance footage, and more.

Contact Our Slip & Fall Attorneys

Have you been seriously injured by the negligence of another party in St. Petersburg, Florida? If so, we understand the physical, financial, and emotional burdens that you may be facing as a result of your accident and are here to help. The experienced attorneys at Youngblood Law Firm can help you hold the negligent party accountable while you focus on recovering from your injuries. Over the years, Youngblood Law Firm has helped recover millions in damages for our clients. If you need an aggressive, knowledgeable team of attorneys to guide you through your case, contact our firm today.

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