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Property Owners Must Take Measures To Ensure Your Safety

Property owners have many responsibilities, including keep their premises safe for residents, visitors and guests. If they fail in this responsibility, serious or fatal injuries may occur, and in many cases, they are liable for them. It is best to speak with a lawyer about your premises liability claim as soon as possible to find out what we may be able to do for you.

At Pitkin Law, we look out for the rights of people in southwest Florida who suffer injuries on unsafe property. Our solo attorney, Jerry Pitkin, has 30 years of experience in personal injury law. You can count on our team to provide compassionate support after an injury or wrongful death. We understand your needs and will work with the whole family as you get through this difficult time. Talk to us today in a free consultation to learn more.

Injuries May Result From Property Owners’ Negligence

Slip-and-fall accidents can happen anywhere: at your home, in a store, in a parking lot, in a hotel, at work and many other places. Whether you slipped and fell because of a spill or icy spot or you tripped over an uneven surface or on unsafe steps, you may suffer serious injuries. Falls can lead to traumatic brain injuries, broken bones and back injuries. In the worst cases, brain injuries can be fatal.

Were you robbed or assaulted because a property owner did not maintain adequate security? You may have a negligent security claim. Hotels, apartments, gas stations, malls, parking ramps and other dangerous properties may cause serious injury or death when owners and/or landlords fail to take security measures. Security measures may include having security guards and cameras, installing good lighting, and fixing broken or missing door and window locks.

In general, property owners must fix or warn of any dangers on their property. They must also provide safety measures such as locked gates around hazards such as pools or trampolines. When they do not, they may be held accountable for resulting injuries and deaths.

Premises Liability Cases Require An Experienced Attorney

These cases can be challenging, so it is best to work with someone who has considerable experience with premises liability. Call our Naples office today at 239-579-6932 or send an email using our contact form. Your consultation is free. Se habla Español.