Condo Accident Lawyer Miami, Broward, Palm Beach
Condominiums offer residents affordable and convenient living conditions. None of their residents have to worry about cleaning and maintaining the grounds of the condo building. Instead, these responsibilities fall on the condo association and management as part of their agreement with the residents.
However, condo owners also have a responsibility to practice proper safety procedures when using the amenities and features of the building. No condo owner is allowed to damage property and create safety risks for themselves or other owners and visitors on the grounds. If their conduct results in an injury, the condo owners could be liable for damages.
You may be entitled to compensation if you suffer an accident anywhere on the condo grounds, whether you are inside or outside the building. But since condo accidents tend to be complex cases, you need an experienced condo accident lawyer to assist you.
Contact our office at (954) 676-4179 for more information.
When Do You Need to Hire a Condo Accident Lawyer?
Condominium complexes have several potential safety hazards which could cause someone to get injured. Below are the typical reasons for accidents at condo complexes:
- Slippery walkways and stairs
- Damaged walkways and stairs
- Potholes in the parking lot
- Slippery pool deck
- Wrinkled carpets
- Damaged or loose floor tiles
- Untamed wildlife and animals (e.g., aggressive dogs, alligators, snakes, etc.)
- Unmaintained building structure (e.g., condo collapse)
Condo accidents can lead to severe injury or death. But even if you have a minor injury, you should not have to deal with the aftermath alone. Your condo association and the other property owners are obligated to maintain safety in the complex. The liable parties of your injury will depend on how and where you were injured.
Since condo accident injury claims have several variables attached, you’ll need a professional condo accident lawyer to oversee your claim. A lawyer will review your condo association agreement and other legal documentation stating your condo ownership rights and obligations. Once the lawyer reviews all the case evidence and documentation, they can tell you how much your claim might be worth.
There are two legal grounds on which you could sue a property owner or condo association if you are injured: premises liability and negligent security.
Premises Liability: A condo property owner or association is liable if they fail to maintain the safety of their property for all visitors, guests, and other residents of the complex.
Negligent Security: A condo property owner or association is liable if they don’t implement adequate security measures at the complex, such as bright lights and surveillance cameras.
A qualified lawyer can help you determine which type of liability claim to make in court. That is why it is better to hire a lawyer before you file a claim so that you know you have a valid claim seeking the most compensation possible for your injuries.
Why Hire Louis Law Group?
Louis Law Group has a team of professional and dedicated lawyers specializing in condo accident injury cases in Florida. We have a long track record of successfully winning settlements and court cases associated with our clients’ condo accident injury claims. You can trust in our expertise to use every legal tool at our disposal to seek the maximum compensation you deserve.
The benefits of our services include:
- Many years of legal experience in condo accident injury cases.
- We prioritize the wishes and objectives of our clients.
- Delegate all critical tasks to move the legal process along faster.
- Local attorneys are available through South Florida to take your case.
When you hire Louis Law Group, you are increasing your chances of getting a settlement or court victory equal to the value of your injuries.
Condo accidents can happen suddenly and cause minor or severe injuries. If you have been injured in a condo accident, you deserve to seek compensation for your medical bills, rehabilitation costs, and mental pain and suffering.
Call us at (954) 676-4179 or email us here for a free consultation regarding your condo accident injury case.
We help clients with personal injury claims throughout South Florida
What happens when you take on my condo accident injury claim?
Our lawyers will provide you with a full range of professional legal services for your condo accident injury claim. We’ll start by analyzing the evidence and circumstances surrounding your condo accident. Then, if we find evidence of negligence by a particular condo property owner or association, we will file a claim against them equal to the value of your injuries.
How do I get started?
You can quickly start by calling our office at (954) 676-4179. We have local offices in most cities throughout South Florida. You will receive a free consultation and legal advice regarding your case. If you wish to proceed by hiring our legal team afterward, we can give you more details from there.