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Fort Pierce Premises Liability Lawyer

Property owners in St. Lucie County and other areas of Florida have a responsibility to keep their property in good condition, free from hazards that could injure others. If you suffered injuries while visiting a store, restaurant, private residence, or other Fort Pierce location, you might be eligible to pursue compensation for your damages. Let the Landau Law Group review your case for free. We will explain your rights and take legal action on your behalf.

Call us today at 866-703-4878 for your free case evaluation with a member of our team. A Fort Pierce premises liability lawyer can help you understand your options and protect your right to pursue a payout.

The Landau Law Group Handles Many Types of Fort Pierce Premises Liability Cases

Accidents happen everywhere. When a property owner or occupier does not hold up their responsibility to identify and remove hazards from their property as soon as possible, injuries can result. Slip and fall incidences are just one of the many accidents that happen in Fort Pierce.

Every year thousands of people find themselves in hospitals because of preventable injuries. In some of these cases, the injured victim has the right to hold the property owner liable for their medical bills, lost wages, and more. Let us review your case and explain your rights.

We take on a wide variety of premises liability cases, including injuries caused by:

  • Slip and fall hazards such as spills
  • Trip hazards including obstructed walkways
  • Uneven stairs or unmarked steps
  • Poor lighting
  • Missing or broken handrails
  • Dog bites
  • Diving or swimming pool accidents
  • Electrical hazards
  • Holes, broken sidewalks, and other property neglect

Let the Landau Law Group Investigate Your Fort Pierce Premises Liability Case

For more than 15 years, the Landau Law Group has fought for the rights of the injured. Over the years, countless individuals and families have turned to our team for help holding a negligent property owner liable. Let us take on your case next.

To prove the property owner acted negligently and failed to prevent your injuries, we will need to collect evidence to show:

  • There was a known hazard; and
  • They failed to address the hazard as quickly as possible

It is often impossible for us to prove the owner, occupier, or one of their employees knew about the hazard. Luckily, we do not have to prove they were aware of it. We need to show that a “reasonable person” would have been informed the hazard existed. In addition, we need to show the hazard caused your injuries and the damages you suffered.

As a part of our investigation into your accident, we will:

  • Survey the scene and take pictures when possible
  • Obtain any pictures, video, or other documentation of the hazard
  • Request reports from first responders
  • Interview eyewitnesses
  • Work with medical experts to understand your injuries and ongoing care needs
  • Document your damages, collecting bills, receipts, and other proof

Once we conclude our investigation, we should have a strong case that includes the evidence we need to pursue compensation during settlement negotiations or a civil lawsuit. This case may allow us to reach a fair out-of-court settlement in your case or we may need to present your case to a Judge and ask for a verdict and monetary award.

Recoverable Damages in a Fort Pierce Premises Liability Case

If we can recover damages in your Fort Pierce negligence case, the value of this payout will represent all or some of the expenses and losses you experienced. While the value of damages can vary widely from case to case, many victims recover the same types of damages. Some of the most common types include:

Medical Damages

  • Ambulance transportation
  • Medical care and related costs
  • Prescription drug costs
  • Ongoing and future care costs

Other Economic Damages

  • Lost wages and benefits
  • Diminished earning capacity
  • Personal property damage
  • Related out-of-pocket costs

Non-Economic Damages

  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish

Wrongful Death Damages

If your family member lost their life following a Fort Pierce premises liability accident, the Landau Law Group will evaluate your case for free. We may be able to pursue additional damages for your family, known as wrongful death damages. Call us today at 866-703-4878 for your free case review and consultation with a Fort Pierce premises liability lawyer.

Contact Us Today to Get Started Right Away

You only have a limited time to take legal action against a negligent property owner thanks to Florida’s statute of limitations. Once the statute of limitations runs out in your case, the court will likely prevent us from filing a civil suit to pursue compensation. For this reason, and because evidence may disappear, we like to get started on these cases as soon as possible.

Even if you are still undergoing treatment, we can begin our investigation into your accident. Once your injuries stabilize, or we have a better understanding of your prognosis and ongoing and future care needs, we can take legal action and pursue the payout you deserve.

Talk to a Fort Pierce Premises Liability Lawyer

The Landau Law Group can help you understand your rights and help you pursue compensation after a premises liability injury in Fort Pierce or elsewhere on the Treasure Coast. Let our personal injury legal team review your case for free today. A Fort Pierce premises liability lawyer can take legal action on your behalf, trying to hold the property owner accountable for their negligence.

Call us today at 866-703-4878 to get started right away.