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Premise Liability


Premise Liability Cases

In Florida, property owners are responsible for keeping their premises safe and secure. This means that they are obligated to fix or remove any hazards in a reasonably prudent manner, and, at the very least, to warn visitors about potential dangers on the property. If they fail to uphold this duty, they can be held accountable through a premises liability lawsuit.

All Types of Premise Liability Claims

The Russo Law Firm handles everything from catastrophic injuries to minor premise liability injuries including but not limited to:

Property Owners Duty to Guests

Under Florida Law, property owners owe different levels of care to the different types of guests (invitees) on their premises:

Invitees. An invitee would be someone who has entered the property with the expressed permission of the property owner. One example would be a customer in a restaurant. Under Florida Law, invited guests are owed the highest level of care.
Licensees. A licensee would be someone who enters the property with permission from the property owner, but not for commercial purposes. This may include friends, family members, or social guests. Licensees are owed a high level of care.
Trespassers. A trespasser would be someone who enters the property without permission from the property owner. Since they were not invited onto the premises, trespassers are owed a low level of care from the property owner. Under certain circumstances, a property owner may not owe any level of care to a trespasser.

Take Action Immediately After your Premise Liability Injury

• Report the accident immediately and fill out an incident report
• Get the names of all witnesses, employees and managers who were working
• Take pictures of the scene, including the hazard that caused the accident
• Seek medical attention immediately and document your injuries

Contact Our Experienced Premise Liability Lawyers For A Free Case Evaluation

If you or a loved one has been injured, call The Russo Firm at 844-847-8300 or contact us online to talk with an experienced lawyer about your injuries. If you can’t travel to our office, we will come to you, or we can work by phone, fax, email or other methods of communication. Remember, you pay no fee unless we obtain compensation for you.

Contact Us for a Free Confidential Consultation

Our experienced team of law professionals will guide you through the process of litigation and put together a strategy tailored to your needs. When necessary, we will help you find the best doctors to treat your injuries. Our team approach gives our clients a multitude of strengths and skills to rely on to successfully resolve their cases.

Call us at  844-847-8300 or contact us online to set up a time to talk with our team about your case. If you are unable to come to our office  because of your injuries, we can come to you. If you are elsewhere in the country, we can work with you by phone, fax, email or other methods of communication. You may email us direct  for a response as well.

Our Locations

Corporate Office – Delray Beach

301 W. Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach 33444 

Jacksonville Office

301 W Bay St, Jacksonville, FL 32202

Key West Office

405 Petronia St. #2, Key West, FL 33040

Miami Office

610 SW 34th St. #301, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315

Ft. Lauderdale Office

12 SE 7th St #606 Fort Lauderdale FL 33301


134 5th Ave, Indialantic, FL 32903

New York Office

3119 Newtown Ave #7 Astoria, NY 11102


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