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Premises Liability

TAMPA PREMISES LIABILITY INVOLVING CHILDREN ATTORNEY

Negligent Maintenance and Injury to Children

Children are curious and will always explore unknown territory. It is the responsibility of caretakers and owners to ensure that a child is safe when on public or private property. At the law offices of Craig J. Olsen, P.A., in Tampa, Florida, our legal team is experienced in the investigation and pursuit of claims against liable parties for serious injury and wrongful death caused by negligent property upkeep, failed security and fences, and other attractive nuisances that are dangerous for children.

Individual and Entity Liability for Dangerous Premises

In cases involving dangerous premises, an individual or entity may be responsible for failure to make necessary repairs or for failure to keep children out. This lapse in maintenance and negligence can result in serious injuries, even wrongful death of children. Our firm will review all the evidence in your case, identify all responsible parties, consult with experts and will aggressively pursue maximum compensation for your losses. Do not settle with an insurance company without consulting with an attorney who can properly evaluate your claim.

Our Tampa lawyer for premises liability involving children is experienced with cases involving:

Preserving Your Claims and the Rights of Your Children

After an accident or injury, you want to move forward and help your family heal as soon as possible. If your child suffered a serious injury, you want appropriate compensation to cover medical expenses, care needs and any other personal losses your family has endured. If you have lost a child to accidental death, you want to hold all responsible parties accountable and collect the full compensation you are entitled to. Our firm knows how difficult these cases can be on our clients and will take every necessary step to resolve your case with minimal time, expense and impact on your family.

Contact Our Firm

All personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, so our clients do not pay a fee until the case is concluded by trial or settlement. If there is no recovery earned in your case, there is no obligation to ever pay fees or costs. There are strict time limitations that apply to personal injury claims, so if you have a claim, please call us today for a free, no-obligation consultation. You can reach our Tampa, Florida, negligent supervision child injury lawyer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 813-991-7775, or by email. We offer weekend and evening appointments. We can come to you at your home or in the hospital.