Compensation For Victims Of Accidents

A long-awaited vacation can turn tragic when an accident happens in a hotel, motel or resort. As a victim of negligence or a malevolent act, you have the right to claim compensation from the liable party or parties. You should obtain representation from an experienced attorney familiar with the legal landscape in the Florida Panhandle.At the law firm of Perry & Young, P.A., our attorneys have decades of experience representing victims of negligent and intentional acts in Florida. We work hard to get the best possible result for every client.Our firm provides results-oriented representation in cases involving:

    • Slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents
    • Fires
    • Accidents in parking lots
    • Assaults
    • Swimming pool accidents
    • Other acts of negligence occurring in hotels, motels and resorts

To learn how we can help you obtain the compensation you deserve, call us at 850-215-7777 .

Do You Live Outside Florida?

If you live in another state or another country, Perry & Young, P.A., can represent you. In many cases involving motel and hotel accidents common with premise liability,  we can do without the need for our clients to return to Florida. Only if the case goes to trial will you have to return to Florida, and most of our cases do not go to trial. As the legal process moves forward, we will keep you informed of important developments and provide responsive service when you call.

Perry & Young, P.A., will aggressively represent you, seeking maximum compensation.

Attorneys Representing Dog Bite Victims

Physical injuries suffered in a dog attack are often as severe as the mental trauma a bite victim suffers. Scarring can take many forms. Dog lovers tend to let their guard down around canines and can become victims, requiring immediate medical attention and equally fast legal help. Dog owners and insurance adjusters may want to settle things quickly. However, their offers for compensation represent pennies on the dollar. With offices in Panama City, Tallahassee and Marianna, the attorneys at Perry & Young, P.A., are committed to seeking justice by maximizing compensation for animal attack victims. They have earned the confidence of Florida residents through their proactive approach in building legal claims. Call us today at 850-215-7777 for a free case evaluation.

Skilled And Knowledgeable Tallahassee Animal Injury Attorneys

Florida does not have a one-bite rule. Dog owners are strictly liable when they do not have control of their pets. However, the law does not make injury claims cut and dry. Victims left injured, maimed, or, in some cases, dead, need legal counsel. Our job is to navigate physically damaged victims and grieving family members through a complex legal process.

In-depth investigations are paramount, particularly if the animal has caused injuries in the past. Expert testimony, reconstruction and witness statements help us get to the facts of the attack. From there, we pursue premises liability claims through settlement or litigation. Insurance companies and peer attorneys know our reputation for pursuing maximum compensation whether we are negotiating or trying a case.

Experienced Premises Liability Attorneys

A visit to a store can end in tragedy. Poorly placed items on a shelf or a highly stacked product display can present hidden and unexpected dangers. Store owners and outside vendors have a responsibility to ensure that proper storage and marketing does not create hazards. In-depth investigations are vital in holding negligent property owners accountable. Larry Perry, the founder of Perry & Young, P.A., is a former legal investigator for insurance companies. Over four years, he visited accident sites, conducting detailed reconstruction and analysis. His hands-on experience is combined with a thorough knowledge of Florida insurance laws.For a free consultation, call us at 850-215-7777 .

Tallahassee Premises Liability Lawyers Holding Store Owners Accountable

“Stack ’em high and sell ’em cheap” is a marketing model stores use to turn a profit. A large amount of cheaply manufactured product in stock needs to be moved, significantly lowering the price. Per item, the profit is small, but the high volume of sales makes up for it.

However, the higher products are stacked in a display, the more likely that objects will fall from great heights. Significant head and neck injuries can result. Heavier items that fall can be fatal to an unwitting customer.

Identifying the responsible party for the falling object is the first step in building a premises liability claim. An employee may have been following the orders of an owner or manager. An outside vendor could have been following strict instructions in building displays and showcasing products properly.

By taking immediate action and contacting us, we move quickly to assemble a go team and investigate your case. Throughout every step, we remain at your side, navigating you through the legal process. Our goal is to maximize your compensation through litigation or settlement, whichever provides the best outcome.

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