Property Defect Attorney in Miami
Injured on another person's property?
If you have suffered injury from a defective property condition, you may be entitled to recover monetary compensation from the responsible party. Our firm, Stabinski Law, has a strong reputation for offering premier service to injury victims.
Many unique qualities set our firm apart from the rest, including:
- A track record of more than $500 million in recoveries
- Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Ability and willingness to litigate
- Serving Miami & Fort Lauderdale since 1970
- A team with more than 115 years of combined experience
Even if other attorneys have turned your case away, we encourage you to call our firm. We can personally investigate your accident to determine the best route for helping you seek a favorable outcome. Whether we negotiate or litigate on your behalf, you can trust that we will put our full effort into facilitating your success. Call to schedule your free case evaluation!
Understanding Your Case
Defects in property are common issues that lead to premises liability cases. Many catastrophic injuries are caused by decks that collapse on account of improper construction and maintenance. If your injury occurred because of defects in a deck, a swimming pool, or other property, you may be able to seek damages from the proprietor responsible for your injury.
Common property defects that result in personal injuries include:
- Sidewalk cracks
- Loose handrails
- Uneven stair steps
- Poor lighting
If you have been injured, it is important to seek medical attention and take pictures of the site of your accident. This will help our firm establish the cause of your injury and determine what might be a favorable amount of compensation. Stabinski Law can then proceed to guide you through the process of determining the negligent parties responsible for your suffering.
Property Owners' Responsibility
Property owners are legally obligated to keep their grounds safe of defects. This means they must take action to fix any problems as soon as they are made aware of the issue. Even if a proprietor is not explicitly notified of a problem, they are still expected to understand reasonable risk on their property and take action whenever such risk poses a threat to others.
A property owner can minimize the chance that others suffer injury on their property by notifying them of a defect or by fixing the issue. Failure to do so will leave them at risk of a premises liability claim. If you have been injured as a result of such injury, our attorneys can take action against the liable party to seek a fair outcome on your behalf. Contact our firm today!
As one of the oldest law firms in South Florida, we can help you seek the damages you need. Contact us immediately to request your free consultation.
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