Damages From A Third Party
Seeking Compensation From A Property Owner After An Attack
Injuries suffered due to a criminal act typically are not considered the fault of property or business owners in Florida. However, if negligence can be established, then the business or property owner can be held liable for a victim's injuries.
Negligence in security incidents is typically defined as a failure to take reasonable measures to prevent a criminal act from occurring when it is foreseeable that one could happen. Disregarding repairs on security cameras for extended periods of time and failing to install proper lighting in dark or poorly lit areas are just two examples of negligence that could lead to an assault or armed robbery that could result in serious or catastrophic injuries for a victim.
Proving that a property or business owner's negligence led to a security incident takes a determined attorney who will conduct a thorough investigation, protect your rights and hold an owner responsible for their negligence. For more than 30 years in the Miami Beach area, that attorney has been Pedro A. Cofiño of Cofiño Trial Law. He has dedicated his career to helping people seek justice in negligent security, and he can do the same for you.
We Look At All The Facts To Get You The Compensation You Are Owed
Even though you have four years after an incident to file suit against a property or business owner, it's important to take legal action as soon as possible. Evidence and witnesses' memories can fade over time. Details important to your case could be lost.
At Cofiño Trial Law, we start collecting evidence as soon as possible after an incident, gathering:
A record of your injuries
Statements from the business owner and employees
Pictures of the business that illustrates the danger of the property
Incident reports provided to an insurance company
If negligence was a factor, a lawyer from our firm will be with you every step of the way, from the start of your lawsuit to the final settlement offer.
We're Here To Help
If you suffered injuries in an attack because of a property owner's negligence, then don't hesitate to contact our firm. Call our Florida office at 305-531-8111 or send us an email to schedule your 30-minute consultation.
Let Cofiño Trial Law Fight For You
Don't trust your legal matter to just anyone. Put it in the hands of an attorney who has the experience, passion and drive to see it come to a successful resolution. Contact Cofiño Trial Law by calling our office in Miami Beach at 305-531-8111 or send us a message online.
Initial consultations are free of cost. Personal injury cases are contingency based, meaning if you do not win, you owe no attorney fees. Hablamos español.