When you enter someone's property in Florida, you can reasonably expect not to get injured. This essentially means that the owner of the property is responsible for keeping the environment safe. Unfortunately, this does not always happen, and you may end up getting injured on the other party's property, which is grounds for a premises liability claim.
An incident that might lead to a premises liability claim could be a slip-and-fall accident at a store or suffering injuries on a ride at an amusement park. Injuries could also occur in a hotel lobby, somewhere else on hotel property or in a company's parking lot. In addition, a premises liability-related injury may occur at a condominium, apartment or restaurant, to name a few.