Premises Liability

Premises Liability: What You Need To Know

If you are on property that is owned or managed by another party (including apartment buildings, shopping malls, office buildings, construction sites and other commercial or residential properties), you expect that proper precautions have been taken to ensure your safety. If you have suffered an injury due to the negligence of a property owner or management company, you may have a claim for damages. An experienced personal injury attorney can work to protect your rights and help to ensure that the negligent parties are held accountable for the harm that has come to you on their property.

At my Pensacola, Florida, firm, David Mann & Associates, I have helped clients throughout the Florida panhandle fight to obtain the compensation they deserve for the injuries they have suffered.

Premises Liability

Fighting for Maximum Compensation

I have been a Florida attorney for 40 years. I know the laws applicable to premises liability cases, and I know how the courts in Florida work. I am committed to seeking the maximum compensation for your injuries and keeping your best interests at heart throughout the duration of your case. I work hard to discover all the parties who contributed to your injuries. From property owners and managers to equipment manufacturers and maintenance personnel, I seek to hold them all accountable.

I have handled a wide variety of premises liability cases involving:

  • Criminal activity in apartment buildings or commercial venues
  • Swimming pools
  • Lack of security in shopping malls and office buildings
  • Construction accidents
  • Uneven pavement
  • Inadequate lighting or signage
  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Bad handrails or stairs
  • Defective equipment including elevators and escalators

Call for a Free Consultation

Contact my office today to discuss your premises liability questions. I will give you an honest assessment of your case and let you know what I can do to help. Every personal injury case I take is handled on a contingency basis; you pay no attorney fees unless I can secure a verdict or settlement on your behalf.