Personal Injury Claims & Lawsuits
25+ Years of Combined Legal Experience
Did you know victims of violent crime may be entitled to compensation?
Florida property owners have a duty to protect their guests from reasonably foreseeable crime occurring on their property. One can prove a crime was reasonably foreseeable by pulling public records of previous violent crime at the subject property. And one can prove the property owner failed their duty to protect guests by showing the owner did not have proper security measures in place.
Even one serious injury can alter your life forever. If you have been injured and have unexpected medical expenses, research from Harvard University shows you are at risk of financial peril – even if you have health insurance.
Being injured in a violent crime can often lead to severe and debilitating psychological consequences for the victim, such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
If you are injured in a violent crime, you may have a number of questions about what to do next.
For example, how much is your case worth? Who pays what? If you have health insurance, what portion of the medical bills do they pay? Does the property owner's insurance pay anything?
It's important for a negligent security law firm to understand what it takes to properly investigate a violent crime. If you choose our firm, you'll benefit from a lawyer in our firm having experience in law enforcement as a former police officer and SWAT team member.
An injury can be a stressful and anxiety-inducing time for anyone. Beacon Legal PLLC seeks to be a light, guiding you through what may be one of the most stressful seasons of your life.
Contact Beacon Legal PLLC at (352) 415-4571 today for a free personal injury case evaluation.