Ocala Apartment Complex Accident Lawyers
Landlords are legally responsible for the safety of tenants and visitors, from maintenance and repair duties to security measures and building code and fire code compliance. If you were injured at an apartment building because of unsafe conditions, you may have claims against the property owner and/or the property manager.
The King Law Firm handles premises liability claims against apartment complexes, duplex owners and condominium complexes in Ocala, The Villages and throughout Marion County and surrounding areas of Central Florida. Contact us for a free consultation if you were injured as a resident or while visiting or conducting business.
APARTMENT BUILDINGS AND CONDO ACCIDENTS
Landlords and condominium associations are liable for safety hazards in common areas, including entryways, hallways, stairways, sidewalks and parking lots. The landlord or association is also liable for certain unsafe conditions inside your unit. Our experienced lawyers can determine if you have a viable claim.
We handle every type of apartment-related accident, including slip-and-falls and trip-and-falls, assaults, fires, parking lot collisions and pedestrian accidents, dog bites and swimming poolaccidents. Our legal team will take action to identify and document the negligence or dangerous condition:
- Slippery sidewalks
- Potholes and uneven pavement
- Broken stairs, ramps or railings
- Code violations (stair treads, wiring, smoke alarms)
- Inadequate lighting
- Inadequate security
- Fire hazards or blocked exits
- Unsafe windows (no screens or safety sash)
- Attractive nuisance (pools or hot tubs)
Many apartment complexes are owned by absentee landlords who hire an on-site building manager or property management company. However, the building owner or condo association has a non-delegable duty to provide a safe living environment. In some cases, we pursue both the property owner and the entities in charge of maintenance and security.
COMMITTED TO YOUR RECOVERY
Don’t take matters into your own hands. Let our professionals deal with the property owners and insurance companies. From slip-and-fall fractures to catastrophic injuries, we have obtainednotable results in personal injury negotiation and litigation.
For a free consultation with one of our Ocala apartment complex accident attorneys, call the King Law Firm toll free at 352-629-8747, or contact us online. We handle cases on a contingency fee, so there are no attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.