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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, 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.

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.

Contact Us For A Free Initial Consultation

For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation with a Panama City falling objects attorney, contact Perry & Young, P.A., at 850-215-7777. You can also reach us online. Please know that all communications between you and a lawyer at our firm remain entirely confidential.