Orlando Premises Liability Lawyers Seeking Compensation For Victims


If you have been injured on someone else’s property, speak to an experienced Orlando premises liability lawyer at Page & Eichenblatt. The premises liability attorneys at Page & Eichenblatt fight aggressively to secure the compensation that victims deserve. 

For a quarter of a century, our attorneys have helped victims in Central Florida seek compensation from negligent property owners. We are ready to fight for you. Call us at (407) 386-1900 or use the contact form here on our website to schedule a free consultation regarding your case.

What Are the Premises Liability Laws in Florida?

If you are injured on someone else’s property, the property owner may be held liable under the premises liability law. This law requires property owners to make a reasonable effort to maintain safe conditions on their property. Broadly speaking, property owners in Florida are obligated by law to maintain their properties in order to protect tenants, employees, customers, clients, and other visitors. If they do not maintain safe conditions and someone is injured as a result, they can be held liable for the victim’s injuries. As a victim, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.

A premises liability claim may arise any time someone is injured on another person’s property due to a hazardous condition. Some of the hazardous conditions that may lead to a premises liability claim include busted locks, broken windows, fire code and building violations, poorly lit staircases and parking lots, wet floors, falling merchandise, and other dangerous conditions.

What Are the Different Types of Premises Liability Cases?

A premises liability claim can arise whenever someone sustains an injury on another party’s property. The premises liability attorneys at Page & Eichenblatt represent clients in many different types of premises liability cases, including:

  1. Slip-and-fall injuries, trip-and-fall injuries, and falls on staircases
  2. Injuries suffered because a building code was violated
  3. Injuries suffered because of collapsed decks, collapsed structures, or falling objects
  4. Injuries suffered because of negligent security at games, concerts, and other locations
  5. Swimming pool and burn injuries, dog bites, or other injuries related to premises liability

These are some of the many types of premises liability cases that our attorneys handle. If you have been injured on someone else’s property, discuss your case with our team today.

How Can You Prevail With a Premises Liability Claim?

You cannot recover compensation in a premises liability claim unless you are able to prove that the property owner was negligent. Your attorney can conduct an investigation to gather the evidence that you need to prove liability and win your case. To prevail with your claim, your lawyer may need to also seek testimony or statements from expert witnesses.

There are several elements that will need to be proven in order to win a premises liability claim. These elements include:

  1. There was a hazard on the property.
  2. The owner (or property manager or other party that was in control of the property at the time of the accident) knew or should have known about the hazard and failed to repair it or warn visitors.
  3. The victim sustained injuries as a direct result of the presence of this hazard.

After gathering the evidence that we need to prove liability, our legal team will negotiate with the property owner, the property owner’s insurance company, and their attorneys. Most premises liability claims are resolved out-of-court, but if necessary, we will take your case to court in order to secure the compensation you are entitled to by law.

What Kind of Evidence Can Strengthen Your Case?

There are many different types of evidence that can be used to strengthen your premises liability claim. It helps your premises liability claim when your attorney can demonstrate that a property owner violated the law. For instance, property owners must comply with Florida’s building codes. If you are injured because of a building code violation, this could strengthen your premises liability claim.

Try to get photographs of the site where you were injured, and try to get the names and contact details of anyone who saw you being injured. These photographs and statements from eyewitnesses can also be used to strengthen your claim. In addition, your attorney can obtain surveillance footage and other important pieces of evidence that can be used to prove liability.

How Will A Premises Liability Attorney Help You? 

Most injury claims in Florida are settled privately, so most injury victims never even have to make a court appearance. We handle every aspect of your premises liability claim so that you can focus on regaining your health as quickly as possible. Attorneys at Page & Eichenblatt will:

  1. Determine why the accident that injured you happened
  2. Determine the specific extent of your personal injury or injuries
  3. Determine precisely who is liable for your personal injury or injuries
  4. Fight aggressively for the compensation that you deserve

The lawyers at Page & Eichenblatt are passionate about holding property owners liable for their negligence. We prepare each case for trial, so if out-of-court negotiations fail, we can continue fighting for your compensation in court. 

How Much Will It Cost to Hire A Premises Liability Lawyer in Orlando?

Your first consultation with a premises liability lawyer at Page & Eichenblatt is free, and there is no obligation to hire us after the meeting. We work on a contingency fee basis, so if you become our client, you pay no legal fees until we recover compensation on your behalf.

The premises liability lawyers of Page & Eichenblatt have been advocating aggressively for central Florida’s injured victims of negligence for over a quarter of a century. Put the law on your side and put us to work for you.

Schedule A Free Consultation With Our Premises Liability Attorneys

If you have been injured on another person’s property in Orlando, call an attorney at Page & Eichenblatt immediately at (407) 386-1900 to schedule a free consultation regarding your case. You can also submit your information using the contact form located here on our website. Submit your information and we will get back with you promptly. Make the call and let us fight for you.