Brain Injury Claims Against a Property Owner

Check out this video about brain injury claims against a property owner in Florida. Then call Paul Boone Law for a free consultation.

Question:

Can I file a lawsuit against a property owner if I fell and sustained a head injury on their property?

Answer:

In slip and fall cases, many times, there is a head injury, a brain injury. It happens fast. You crack your head on that pavement, or that linoleum floor, or that tile. It’s a dangerous situation.

Brain Injury Claims Against a Property Owner

It’s an action that you can bring against the property owner, the premises owner, landlord, whoever is in possession of that property. The traumatic brain injury or TBI is part of your damages, along with all the other injuries that you may have sustained in that slip and fall. Yes, you can process it against the responsible landowner, possessor of the property, along with all your other damages.

If you have a case like that in Duval County or Nassau County, or any of the surrounding areas, call us right away. We’ll make an appointment, sit down with you, and map out the things that we need to do to help your case.


Did you or a loved one experience a serious injury to the head in Florida and have questions about brain injury claims against a property owner? Contact experienced Florida traumatic brain injury lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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