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Were You Injured On Someone Else’s Property?

Florida property owners, including businesses and private complexes, have a duty to keep their property safe for visitors and guests. If they have a dangerous condition on their property, they must either fix it or warn their guests about it. Otherwise, a guest who is injured due to that dangerous condition could have a premises liability claim against the owner.

If this has happened to you, reach out to dedicated personal injury attorney Wayne Mineo. Mineo & Associates, P.A., represents clients throughout the Clearwater and Tampa areas. With more than 35 years of trial experience under him, attorney Mineo has the skills and knowledge you need on your side. He provides personalized attention to each personal injury client and treats them with integrity and compassion.

Common Premises Liability Accidents

There are many ways you can be injured on someone’s property, but some of the more common types of premises liability accidents include:

  • Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents: Wet areas can cause slippery conditions and tripping hazards can include uneven steps, a loose rug or debris on the ground. These accidents can result in strains, sprains and even head injuries.
  • Falling objects: Retail stores and constructions sites are notorious for falling objects that can cause head injuries or other dangerous situations.
  • Negligent security claims: When a property fails to have appropriate security or lighting, you could become a victim of violence.
  • Pool accidents: Unfortunately, many people drown in pools every year in Florida. Some of these are caused by negligence on the part of the owner.

When you hire attorney Mineo, he will begin fighting for your legal rights immediately. He will never encourage you to accept a bad settlement and will always be prepared to take your case to trial.

Talk To A Premises Liability Lawyer

Mineo & Associates, P.A., offers free consultation and represents each case on a contingency basis. That means you pay nothing unless attorney Mineo recovers financial damages for you. To schedule an appointment, call his Clearwater office at 727-350-2266  or 855-619-3664 or fill out his online contact form.