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Premises liability is a legal concept that comes into play when property owners fail to take necessary precautions to protect visitors or residents from known dangers.

For example, if someone is injured due to a property owner failing to post visible warnings of potential danger, they could be held responsible under Florida premises liability law.

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Property owners refer to:

  • Homeowners
  • Small business owners
  • Rental properties owners or management companies
  • Commercial property operators such as grocery stores, hotels, shopping malls, bars and restaurants, entertainment venues, gym owners, hospitals to name a few.

Visitors to the property are typically referred to as:

  • Invitees represent customers doing business or attending a social event in which there is an implied promise that reasonable care has been taken to ensure safe conditions.
  • A guest is a welcomed visitor to a property for a short or long-term accommodation or an individual that has been invited to a social event in a home with the reasonable expectation that it is a hazard free environment.
  • Licensees enter the property for their own purpose, or as a social guest with the consent of the owner with no implied promise of care.
  • Trespassers do so without invitation or welcome and without promise that the premises have been made reasonably safe against the possibility of injury.

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Hazardous conditions and accidents that are often the subject of premise liability claims typically include:

  • Wet or slippery surfaces that result in a slip and fall accident.
  • Exposure to dangerous toxins via hazardous fumes or contaminated water from chemical spills. Property owners are required by law to provide appropriate disposal equipment and protection for employees to use, handle and store chemical substances.
  • Insufficient lighting or security systems such as guards, alarms and protective fences to deter criminal activity that result in property damage, loss, physical injuries or death.
  • Broken surfaces or stairs without proper warning or detour signs that can lead to a fall and serious injury.
  • Poorly maintained elevators with outdated or damaged operating mechanisms, improper lighting and emergency reporting system that cause mental and physical injury.

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There are innumerable other unforeseen situations and conditions that can result in injuries that could result in litigation. As such, making a determination as to whether or not reasonable care has been taken to prevent accidents and injuries depends on a number of unforeseen variables.

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries due to unsafe or neglected conditions on someone else’s property, you may be eligible for compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and other damages. Contact Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey &Fronrath at For Your Rights at 561-655-1990 for a free consultation.  We can match you with an experienced Florida Premises Liability attorney who can help you seek compensation for your injuries.


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