Ocala Parking Lot Accident Attorneys

Parking lots are one of the most common sites for injuries. Most people are not looking down at their feet as they are carrying bags, watching for traffic or hurrying to an appointment. Yet when they fall down in a parking lot because of a tripping hazard, it is often the fault of the property owner for creating, not fixing or warning of a dangerous condition.

Did you know that you might have a claim against the business or the landlord who owns the property if you were injured in a parking lot? In a free consultation, an attorney of the King Law Firm can evaluate your situation and your legal rights. Our Ocala personal injury practice handles premises liability cases in Marion County and surrounding areas of Central Florida.

Holding Owners Accountable For Parking Lot Injuries

The King Law Firm has obtained notable results in trip-and-fall and slip-and-fall cases, as well as motor vehicle collisions, including parking lot accidents. There are many scenarios in which property owners can be legally accountable for injuries to patrons, tenants and visitors:

  • Potholes and pavement cracks
  • Broken or crumbling curbs
  • Parking wheel stops
  • Loose gravel and slipping hazards
  • Hoses and tripping hazards
  • Tree branches and obstructed view
  • Confusing signs or turn arrows
  • Inadequate lighting

In a premises liability claim or lawsuit, we have to establish that the parking lot owner created, knew of or should have known of the dangerous condition and failed to correct it or give warning. We have brought claims against owners of surface parking lots and parking garages, malls and retail stores, restaurants and bars, apartment complexes, hotels, amusement parks and other entities offering free or paid parking.

Get Legal Advice To Protect Your Interests

Do not be deterred by signs or waivers that say you park at your own risk. Do not be deterred by an owner who refuses to pay your medical bills or other damages. The best course of action is to seek medical attention promptly and contact an attorney as soon as you can. Our experienced lawyers know how to get full and fair compensation for an accident that was not your fault.

We offer a free consultation and handle cases on a contingency fee, meaning we collect no attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for you. Call our Ocala office toll free at 800-818-4087, or contact us online.