Personal Injury & Premises Liability
 
A personal injury or premise liability issue with a person walking over broken bricks

The Law Office of Thamir A.R. Kaddouri, Jr. P.A. has been engaged to represent both plaintiffs and defendants in varying types of personal injury actions. The most critical part of representing clients in these types of actions stems from an ability to understand the circumstances that led to the injury including the associated medical issues and its correlation to any alleged damages. Most personal injury cases involve a claim of “negligence” which requires evidence to substantiate four required elements and they are: duty, breach of that duty, causation, and damages. Oftentimes, cases involve unique circumstances or facts that require an ability to analyze and develop a factual basis for the requisite elements. Our attorneys possess the knowledge and experience to review your case and advise you as to what legal rights and/or obligations you have under Florida law. Moreover, TAMPALAW has access to various online resources that allow us to explore verdict awards and explore similar factual patterns to understand the monetary damage value associated with your potential case.

Our representation of property owners includes matters in which the real property is intended for business use, as well as for personal use.

In Florida, the law provides that an owner of property has a duty to keep the premises in a reasonably safe condition. Although there are varying levels of the owner's legal obligation (i.e. duty) depending on the classification of who is on their property, these cases are often fact intensive and require an attorney who will promptly investigate and attempt to preserve evidence. Our attorneys focus their efforts early on to understand the factual background of the claim which can assist us in evaluating the impact to our client's case and any applicable defenses which may apply.

In addition, TAMPALAW attempts to utilize experts and consultants, depending on the circumstances of the case and the alleged injuries, in order to document, preserve, or interpret the evidence.