Florida Premises Liability Attorney
Premises Liability is the liability for a landowner for certain accidents that occur on his or her property. Some of the most common premises accidents are slip and fall accidents, fire accidents, pool accidents, construction accidents, maintenance accidents, and toxic substance accidents. Snow and ice accidents are also very prevalent, just not in Tampa. In 2014, all premises accident cases that went to trial had a success rate that was a little under 50%.
Under Florida law, the duty to visitors to the property depends on the nature of the visitor’s presence on the property. Franco Law Group possesses the means and the experience to represent you as your premises liability attorney in Tampa, FL if you or someone you know is ever injured on another person’s property. Our highly trained attorneys are determined to provide the most efficient and dedicated service to all of our clients, ensure that their legal rights are protected and secure.
Wrong-way driving accidents are less common, but highly dangerous. Know what to do to protect yourself if you are injured in Florida.
Whether you’re a tourist or resident of Pinellas County, Franco Law Group has the experienced attorneys to assist you with your next personal injury case.
Florida is a prime spot for the Fourth of July celebrations in 2020, especially in the Tampa Bay area. Check out these local events and plan out your Independence Day weekend!
RVs, or recreational vehicles, are a mode of transportation and living that is coveted by many Floridians. RV travel allows you to not worry about where you will be sleeping or sitting down for a meal.
Do you need an auto injury attorney? An injury from a moving vehicle can be frightening and frustrating as it brings in many complications and powerful emotions. Nobody wants it to happen to them, but there is always a chance it could.
We hope that all is well with you and your family and that you are remaining healthy during these trying times. Florida (as well as most of the entire United States) has been essentially locked down by the on-going threat of the COVID-19 virus / pandemic.
Florida is no stranger to car accidents with over 400,000 crashes in 2019. A portion of those accidents involves vehicles which are classified as “low speed vehicles” (LSV). Low speed vehicles are defined as four wheeled vehicles that do not reach above 25 miles per hour, and their total weight does not exceed 3,000 pounds.