Were You Injured Because Of An Unsafe Property Condition?
There are many instances in which a property owner can be held responsible when a patron, tenant, or visitor is injured on their premises. The owners have a legal duty to maintain their property in a safe condition or warn people of a safety hazard.
Yet many people don’t pursue a claim because they blame themselves or don’t know their rights. The personal injury attorneys of Law Offices of Sharon L. Azoulay, P.A., can determine if you have a viable case. We have helped hundreds of people in South Florida and Central Florida recover compensation in premises liability cases.
Injured in a slip-and-fall accident? Get a free consultation at 786-772-2449
Experienced Premises Liability Attorneys
We have brought successful claims against supermarkets, retail businesses, resorts, landlords, homeowners, and municipal entities. Examples of premises liability include:
- Slip-and-fall accidents caused by spilled liquids or slippery floors
- Trip-and-fall accidents caused by uneven pavement, broken tiles or debris
- Stairway falls caused by broken railings, broken steps or poor lighting
- Falling merchandise
- Malfunctioning or negligently placed equipment at resorts and hotels
- Swimming pool injuries
- Intentional torts that result from inadequate security
We Know How To Hold Property Owners Accountable
Your accident or injury can be remedied if there was lasting harm requiring medical care, and certain evidence that the property owner negligently created or ignored a hazardous condition, or failed to give warning (such as caution cones or a sign). Our attorneys, Sharon Azoulay and Adam Azoulay, excel at proving that the owner knew or should have known of the dangers and failed to warn the public or take timely action to address the unsafe condition.
Call Us Right Away To Preserve Your Rights
It is important to take action before the dangerous condition is repaired and the evidence is lost. We provide a free consultation and case evaluation, and there are no attorney fees unless we take your case and recover compensation. Call our Delray Beach office at 786-772-2449 or contact us online.