Resolve your premises liability claim quickly and fairly.
Homeowners, property owners and business owners have a legal obligation to make sure that their property is reasonably safe for visitors – even uninvited or unwanted ones, like trespassers. If they’re aware of dangerous conditions on their property and fail to fix them or post warnings, any injuries that occur as a result may be their responsibility.
But that doesn’t mean collecting a settlement will be easy. Insurance companies are notoriously slow to settle premises liability claims, and will often look for any excuse – no matter how flimsy – to reject a claim.
Fortunately, you’ve got the Andriotis Law Firm on your side. We’ve long represented people who’ve suffered injuries while on other people’s property, and our attorneys have an excellent track record of delivering justice for our clients.
And we can do the same for you.
Our results speak for themselves.
What makes us so effective in what we do? In a word, experience.
We’ve been fighting for justice on behalf of our injured clients since we opened. Our attorneys and staff have the kind of insight and understanding of premises law and personal injury law that only comes from years of hands-on experience.
We know what it takes to prove your case. We know how to maximize your chances at recovering a fair and equitable settlement or award.
Not only that, but we’ll be guiding you through the process, every step of the way.
That’s not a promise we take lightly, either. We know from personal experience that the claim process can be scary and intimidating to someone who’s never been through it before. That’s why we make sure you’re always up to date on what’s going on with your case. You’re always welcome to call us for for the latest news, and we’re happy to talk to you – even if there’s no news to report.
We handle all types of premises law cases in our Clearwater office.
We tend to specialize in the following types of premises liability cases:
- Broken or uneven sidewalks
- Inadequate lighting, either outdoors or indoors
- Malfunctioning doors or windows
- Obstructions or debris on stairways or in aisles
- Slippery floors or sidewalks (slip-and-fall)
- Dog bites
- Broken or missing handrails on stairways
- Uneven steps
- Construction defects
- Falling objects
- Dangerously or negligently-displayed merchandise
Of course, every property is different, and it’s quite possible that your injury was caused by something other than what’s listed here. No matter how your injury occurred, we can help.