Florida Premises Liability Attorney John M. Howe, West Palm Beach
Property owners, retailers, apartment managers, and parking lot companies can be held liable for unsafe conditions that lead to injury or death of patrons and customers. Even in cases involving assault or theft, a failure to provide an appropriate level of security may constitute a violation of a duty to provide care for “business invitees” and the general public.
At the Law Office of John M. Howe, we investigate accidents involving hazardous conditions or a lack of security that leads to injuries or fatalities. As your attorney, John M. Howe interviews eyewitnesses, reviews surveillance film, consults safety experts, and works with other professionals in exposing negligence on the part of property owners.
In many cases, however, property owners may attempt to remove incriminating evidence or fire employees who witnessed what happened in an attempt to avoid financial liability. That’s why it’s important to hire a lawyer who can begin legal proceedings quickly to preserve evidence and protect your interests.
Before talking to property owners themselves or insurance claims adjusters, contact premises liability attorney John M. Howe today. Schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.
Dangerous Property Conditions
Personal injury lawyer John M. Howe represents people injured in premises liability cases involving the following dangerous conditions:
- Exposed electrical wiring
- Slippery floors
- Crumbling concrete or stairs
- Inadequate lighting
- Falling debris
- Lack of security cameras
- Absence of guard rails
- Inadequate apartment safety
- Poorly maintained escalators or elevators
- Malfunctioning amusement park rides
- Absence of proper gate locks for swimming pools
Negligent security can be a part of an injury on a premises. This can include: poor lighting, failure to fence, negligent hiring of security guards, or failure to provide a guard at all. These situations can lead to injuries caused by assaults and muggings. The Law Office of John M. Howe handles cases such as these in addition to traditional slip and fall claims. Our investigations will include consulting security experts who can identify failures on the part of retailers and parking companies. Our office also collects crime statistics and patterns to determine if property owners had knowledge of a security problem in the general area.
Contact Premises Liability Attorney John M. Howe
If you have suffered injuries because of poor maintenance or negligent security, contact a lawyer with experience in premises liability cases. Contact the slip and fall attorney, the Law Offices of John M. Howe via our website or call at 561-296-7772 or toll free at 866-930-2938. We can help.