All property owners are required to keep their buildings up to code to prevent harm coming to people visiting the property and all merchants must keep their premises reasonably safe, even from the criminal acts of others. When they fail in this duty, you are the one who may suffer the consequences. If you or someone you love has been harmed in an accident involving premises liability, our Tallahassee attorneys will pursue compensation for your injuries.
The law firm of Hinkle Law has a reputation for successfully resolving premises liability cases. We pride ourselves on our long list of verdicts and settlements and on the fact that we frequently receive referrals from other lawyers, as well as from satisfied former clients.
Our work has also helped our community. Before Mr. Hinkle sued, the local malls did not have security guards patrolling the parking lot. One by one, he held them accountable for harm suffered by women abducted and sexually assaulted, and as a result they are now much safer.
Florida landlords who skimped on deadbolt locks and window braces have been held responsible for sexual assaults that resulted. We have represented hotel guests confronted by violent thugs in the parking lot.
We review all evidence in your case, including security footage whenever it is available. By showing negligence on the part of the property owner, we are able to prove liability and help you get the compensation you need to cover the cost of your injuries.
Our named partners handle every case we accept. They give you their full attention and guide you through the process of filing a premises liability claim. Every case is prepared for trial so we have the most complete picture to present to the opposition. Our trial experience is well-known, so if we are unable to settle your case, we will bring it before a judge and jury.
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