Accidents on Private Property

Experienced Representation in Premises Liability Cases

Every year in Florida, many people are injured on private property. Accidents occurring on private property are often the result of negligent maintenance or operation. Other times they are the result of failure to inspect the premises properly.

These accidents — accidents that occur on the property of another — are called premises liability cases. At The Law Offices of Michael R. Herron, P.A., in Tampa, we have experience successfully handling these cases, holding property owners accountable for the harm they caused.

There are many types of premises liability cases, based on different causes of action. Regardless of the circumstances involved in your case, our goal is to prepare it in an ethical and professional manner:

  • Failure to maintain
  • Falls and falling objects
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Dirty, greasy, slippery or wet floors
  • Cracked sidewalks
  • Defects in escalators, elevators and automatic doors
  • Holes in flooring or parking lots

Ending Financial Worry After an Accident

People who have been injured in accidents on private property often struggle financially. We will help you recover past, present and future medical bills, as well as lost wages, lost earning capacity, disability, vocational rehabilitation, pain and suffering. At The Law Offices of Michael R. Herron, P.A., you do not have to worry about the costs of personal injury litigation. Our lawyers handle personal injury cases on contingency, which means that you owe us no fees unless we recover a favorable settlement or jury verdict for you.

Use Experience to Fight for Justice

To talk with an attorney about your legal concerns, call The Law Offices of Michael R. Herron, P.A., in Tampa, Florida, at 813.258.4878 or complete our online contact form for a free initial consultation. Telephones are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Off-site, evening and weekend appointments are available for your convenience.

We accept personal injury cases on contingency. This means that you will only owe us attorneys fees if you receive compensation for your injury. If you do not recover damages, you will not have to pay.