Holding Negligent Property Owners Accountable in Duval and St. Johns Counties
Premises liability injuries may include serious (sometimes fatal) ones. The law clearly holds those who own or manage premises responsible for maintaining the premises in a reasonably safe condition and warning of dangers that are not readily observable. Premises liability injuries can occur on residential or commercial properties, parks, healthcare facilities, public and private swimming pools, nightclubs and bars, universities, and schools.
Some common examples of premises liability accidents include:
- Injuries due to slick floors
- Unstable products falling on people or children
- Pedestrians hit in parking lots
- Poorly lit stairs that cause accidents
- Badly maintained sidewalks
- Improper warnings indicating dangerous holes in the ground or gaps in floors
$1.2 Million Car Crash
$1.1 Million Fatal Alcohol Sale to Minor
$1.06 Million Truck Accident
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