Unfortunately, accidents sometimes happen. And when they happen on someone else’s property, the legal term is premises liability accidents. Dealing with a premises liability accident in The Villages can be complicated. That’s because there are so many local, state and federal laws and regulations to deal with after an accident.
That’s why it’s important that you have an experienced Villages premises liability lawyer on your side, looking out for your best interests. That’s why you need the Law Offices of Brent C. Miller, P.A. Located in The Villages, we can explain all the legal options available to you.
Common premises liability accidents
Premises liability accidents can cover a wide range. Some of the most common ones we deal with involve:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Swimming pool accidents
- Restaurant accidents (including slip and falls or burn injuries)
- Dog bites or dog attacks
Knowing what to do after a premises liability accident can be confusing. That’s why we want to help. Contact us to learn more about what we can do for you.
We’re here to serve you
We understand many people’s concerns about taking legal action after a premises liability accident in The Villages. If your accident happened on a friend’s property, you don’t want to do anything that could jeopardize your friendship. And if your injury occurred on one of the public properties owned by The Villages, you might not be sure about what your legal rights are as a resident.
We can handle all the red tape often associated with such accidents. And in most cases, we won’t even need to deal directly with your friend or neighbor. Whenever possible, we work directly with the insurance company for the owner of the property where your accident took place. That way, you receive the financial compensation you deserve for your injuries and you remain friends with property owners. We also know how to deal with The Villages’ board of supervisors, The Villages Homeowners’ Association (VHA), insurance companies and their attorneys.
Remember, this isn’t about some big payday. This is about holding people responsible for their actions. If a business owner left water or an unmarked obstacle on the ground and you tripped over it, you shouldn’t have to pay for someone else’s mistakes. You play by the rules. And so should everyone else. Find out how we can help you. Schedule your free case evaluation today.