The premises liability lawyers at Perry & Young know that premises liability situations often happen when you least expect it. A long-awaited vacation can turn tragic when an accident happens in a hotel, motel, or resort. 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 do not create hazards. In-depth investigations are vital in holding negligent property owners accountable. 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:
Premises Liability Attorneys Licensed In Florida, Georgia, and Alabama
Larry Perry and Chris Young, founders of Perry & Young, are former legal investigators for insurance companies. Over the years, they have visited accident sites, conducting detailed reconstruction and analysis. Now, they are equipped with 9 experienced attorneys licensed in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. With offices in Panama City, Panama City Beach, Marianna, and Tallahassee, Perry & Young, PA has been serving clients in the Panhandle since 2008. Schedule a free consultation to learn more. We are available 24/7 at 850-215-7777. Perry & Young, P.A., will aggressively represent you, seeking maximum compensation.
Representing Premises Liability Victims
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. To learn more, schedule a free case evaluation by calling 850-215-7777. We are here for you.