You will never enter someone’s property and expect to be attacked. Unfortunately, attacks do happen, and you are not the only person to fall victim to these. Such attacks can involve someone starting a fight with you, robbing you, or assaulting you in another way.
If you have been attacked by a property owner or someone else on a property, you will likely have many damages. You may be experiencing medical expenses, emotional trauma, and much more. No matter if you have been attacked on private property, public property, your university campus, or elsewhere, you need to contact the personal injury lawyers at The Law Place today.
You may be eligible to file a premises liability claim. Our lawyers have worked on countless premises liability cases and will be able to help you win the justice you deserve. An attorney-client relationship at our law firm is built on a great deal of commitment. We will not give up on your case. To find out more about how we can help you if you have been attacked on a property, call us today to schedule a free legal consultation. We can explain to you all of your legal options. Phone now at (941) 444-4444.
What Happens if You Get Hurt on Private Property?
If you are attacked by a property owner or someone else on the property’s grounds, you should call the police first. A police officer will file an official report on the attack. This official report will be crucial evidence in proving a property owner’s negligence and that a criminal act was committed in your case.
It is also important to seek medical attention. Many people in Florida avoid going to the emergency room for fear of medical costs. You don’t need to worry, as an experienced lawyer at our firm can help you claim back these expenses at a later date. Additionally, the medical report produced is important to ensure you have a viable claim. You will be able to further prove the negligence of the person responsible or how a property owner’s negligence contributed towards you getting hurt.
We also advise that you talk pictures of the scene. Especially if you can prove that the property owner was unable to provide adequate security, there was no adequate lighting, the property lacked safety precautions, and/ or the property had not been properly maintained.
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Can I Defend Myself if Attacked?
Under Florida Statute 776.012, you are justified in using non-deadly force in self-defense if you believe that such conduct is necessary to protect yourself against another’s use of unlawful force.
Simply, if you need to respond to an immediate threat, you are allowed to protect yourself without the fear of criminal charges against property owners. However, cases of self-defense are complex and can be messy.
If you are facing charges after defending yourself, you need to contact The Law Place straight away for a free consultation. They can offer you legal advice and help you fight your self-defense argument. You should not be held legally responsible for physical attacks to protect yourself. Our legal team can help you.
Can You Sue for Physical Assault?
If you have been assaulted in Florida on private property, you will be eligible to file a personal injury claim against your attacker to receive compensation. You may also be able to press charges so that your attacker will have to face legal punishments.
Suing is a complicated process. Not everyone will be able to sue. If you want to sue after being physically assaulted, we strongly recommend that you get in contact with our legal team for a free initial consultation. We can answer all of your legal questions and offer some legal advice. We can also explain to you how the process of suing works and whether you would be eligible to sue an attacker or a private property owner.
How Can a Premises Liability Lawyer Help Me?
A premises liability lawyer at The Law Place will be able to help you in many ways. Some of the ways that a lawyer can help you include:
- They will be able to analyze the facts of your case.
- They will be able to handle every aspect of your claim.
- They will represent you in negotiations.
- They will be able to complete all of the legal paperwork.
- They will answer all of your questions.
- They will advise you of your best legal options.
- They will help you navigate liability laws.
- They will represent your case in court if your case goes to trial.
- And much more.
If you have been injured through no fault of your own, we strongly recommend that you get in contact with our law firm today.
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How Can I Build a Claim Against a Property Owner?
To build a strong premises liability case against property owners, you must be able to prove the following:
- The property owners were negligent.
- Their negligence contributed to the attack.
A property owner has to provide adequate security and exercise reasonable care. If a property owner fails in their duty, they will have been negligent. You will then be able to file a claim for premises liability with a reputable attorney at The Law Place.
Should I Contact The Law Place?
If you have been attacked on a property and/ or want help filing a claim for premises liability, you should contact us today. At The Law Place, we have over 75 years of combined experience helping clients in Florida. You should not have to suffer because of the violence of others, inadequate security of premises, or the unsafe condition of properties. They have a legal obligation to ensure safety. We can help you take reasonable steps to establish liability and win you the compensation and justice you deserve.
We have practice areas all over the State of Florida and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To schedule a free consultation with a knowledgeable member of our team, call us now at (941) 444-4444.