Premise Liability

Consider Associating A Firm You Can Trust to Assist With Your Premises Liability Cases:

With premises liability attorneys handling cases in nearly 50 offices located in 14 states, we can be trusted to handle your premises liability referrals as a trusted on-the-ground co-counsel when you need one.

For example, if your client was injured on vacation in Florida or attending an event out of state, that’s where we can help. And, if we successfully resolve the case, we’ll share fees as allowed by local rules of professional conduct.

Already during 2019, our attorneys have secured some significant verdicts and settlements in premises liability cases, including a $10 million verdict for the loved ones of someone killed because of negligent security, $3.1 million for the victim of a slip & fall in a restaurant, and $1.2 million for a six-year-old bitten by a dog.

What Types of Premises Liability Cases Do We Handle?

  • Amusement Park Accidents: Tens of thousands of people are injured at amusement parks every year. Depending on your client’s injury and how it occurred, the park owner, manufacturers, and ride operators could be liable.

  • Residential Property Owner Negligence: If your client’s landlord didn’t follow city, state, and even federal regulations designed to keep their tenants safe from harm, they could be held accountable for your client’s injuries.

  • Concert Injuries: If your client’s injury was foreseeable, and the venue owner did notadequately address the potential threat, the venue owner could be liable. If your client’s injury was the product of some part of the show, the performer, their management company, or another third-party could also be held liable.

  • Cruise Ship Assault & Injury: Cruise ships have a unique obligation to care for the safety and wellbeing of their passengers. If your client was injured or assaulted on a cruise ship, they may be able to file a lawsuit against the cruise line. Many cruise lines limit the location in which a claim can be filed, with many requiring that these claims be filed in Florida.

  • Dog Bite & Animal Attacks: Animal attacks can result in serious injuries that leave lasting physical and emotional scars. If your client was attacked by someone else's pet, the owner may be held accountable for your client’s injuries.

  • Inadequate & Negligent Security: Public venues require adequate security to protect all patrons and customers. If someone is injured or killed because there was no or inadequate security, the landlord could be held liable for negligence.

  • Slip & Fall: Often thought of as frivolous lawsuits, slip & fall claims are anything but. Your client likely has decades of experience using their legs and didn’t slip & fall for no reason. We may be able to help you prove it.

The attorneys at Ron Austin Law are well-versed in the laws that protect consumers against the harm posed by defective products. When a consumer sustains an injury due to a defective product, a number of parties can be held liable for releasing a product that they knew or should have known posed a risk to users. If you or someone you know has been injured by a defective product, contact Ron Austin Law to speak with a knowledgeable attorney and discuss how you should best proceed. Our attorneys have a successful history of litigating product liability cases and recovering compensation for our clients.

Contact our office to learn more about our Premise Liability services and how we can help you.