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Serving Premises Liability Accident & Injury Victims for Over 20 Years

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"Whether it's a whiplash, serious injury or wrongful death case, we pride ourselves on representing you with the personal service and aggressive representation that you expect and deserve!" -Attorney Ron Sholes​

Back Injury

After a trial, we obtained a verdict of 3.5 million for our client that sustained low back injuries requiring two surgeries and a lifetime of pain management.

Semi-Truck Accident

Our client was involved in a commercial vehicle accident which led to spinal fusion surgery requiring a spinal cord stimulator.

Long-Term Injuries

We obtained a $2.5 million verdict for our client that suffered a fractured arm and leg, necessitating surgery, as well as spinal injuries requiring long-term pain management for spinal injuries.

Auto Accident

We obtained a verdict for our client who sustained spinal injuries in an accident that required spinal fusion surgery.

Auto Accident

We obtained a $1.95 million verdict for a client who sustained spinal injuries in an auto accident which required a lifetime of pain management and need for future surgery.

Motorcycle Crash

Our client was involved in a motorcycle crash and sustained injuries. We were able to recover $1,450,000.

Commercial Vehicle Accident

Our client was involved in a commercial vehicle accident and sustained injuries. We were able to recover $1,300,000.

Product Liability

Our client sustained injuries due to a faulty product. We were able to recover $1,000,000

Semi-Truck Accident

$1.0 Million
We recovered for our client injured in an accident resulting in shoulder and spinal injuries.

Slip & Fall Injury

$1.0 Million
We recovered for our client who was injured in a fall at an apartment complex.


What to Do If You Were Injured on Someone Else’s Property

When you visit someone else’s property, whether as a guest in a friend’s home or a customer at a retail store, you expect that the premises will be well-maintained and free of any hazards that could cause you harm. And, in fact, both residential and commercial property owners have a duty to ensure this is true. Unfortunately, property owners are sometimes negligent or fail to properly address, remove, repair, or warn others of dangerous conditions. This can—and does—lead to serious accidents, injuries, and, in the worst cases, deaths.

If you were injured or if someone you love died due to unsafe conditions on someone else’s property, you could have grounds for a premises liability case. It is important that you contact an experienced premises liability lawyer, like those at the Law Offices of Ron Sholes, P.A., right away. Your time to file a claim is limited—don’t wait until it’s too late to learn how our team can help you fight for the fair compensation you are owed.

Learn more—schedule a free, confidential consultation by calling us at
(855) 933-3881 or by contacting us online today

When Is a Property Owner Liable for Your Injuries?

If you were injured due to unsafe conditions on someone else’s property, you may be legally entitled to financial compensation—but actually recovering that compensation can be very difficult. Premises liability claims are often very complex due to the issue of liability.

Proving that a property owner is liable for your injuries and the resulting damages can be complicated. In fact, there are several elements of your claim that you will need to prove:

Additionally, different types of property owners owe others different duties of care. For example, the owner of a retail store owes customers a higher duty of care than a homeowner owes a family member who comes over to visit. This is because invitees, or people who are on a property for commercial purposes, are owed the highest duty of care under premises liability law. Licensees, or social guests, are owed a moderate duty of care, and trespassers are owed the least duty of care (if any).

Examples of Dangerous Property Conditions

One of the key elements of proving a premises liability claim is proving that you were injured by a dangerous condition or hazard that the property owner knew about (or should have known about) but did not reasonably attempt to remove, repair, or warn you about. But what exactly is a dangerous property condition?

Put simply, a dangerous condition is any hazard that poses a foreseeable risk to others. This means any condition that one could reasonably assume might cause injury to someone else.

In order to bring a bicycle accident claim, you must prove the following:

These and other dangerous conditions can lead to serious accidents, resulting in serious bodily harm, catastrophic injury, or even death.

Types of Premises Liability Cases We Handle

At the Law Offices of Ron Sholes, P.A., we provide aggressive, personalized legal representation for those injured in all types of accidents on all types of properties. We can assist you if you were injured in a grocery store, at work, in a public park, or while visiting a friend’s home or apartment.

Our premises liability lawyers handle cases involving:

We are well-versed in the many nuances inherent in these types of claims and can help you effectively meet any challenges you may face throughout the process. We know every situation is unique and every case is different, which is why we take the time to really get to know you and your goals. When you choose the Law Offices of Ron Sholes, P.A., you receive personal attention from a team of 20 attorneys, 6 investigators, and 100+ support staff; we even provide our clients with our personal cell phone numbers to ensure that they can always reach us when they need us most.

Request Your Free Consultation Today

If you or someone you love was seriously injured due to unsafe conditions on someone else’s property, we encourage you to reach out to our team right away. We have multiple office locations throughout Florida and Georgia and provide legal services in Spanish, Russian, and German. We also offer contingency fees, meaning you do not pay anything unless we recover compensation for you.

Schedule a free consultation today; call (855) 933-3881 or contact us online to get started.

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Take the First Step in Your Recovery

Call The Law Offices of Ron Sholes, P.A. at 855-WE-FIGHT or fill out and submit our online contact form to request a free initial consultation today. We look forward to hearing your story and sharing how we can help you get back on your feet.

    Why Hire Us

    No Fees Unless We Win

    We work on a contingent basis, which means you do not pay a dime unless we make a recovery.

    Maximizing Your Recovery

    Navigating a personal injury claim is like a chess match. It's about determination, commitment, and a will to win! We don’t just talk about maximizing claims and delivering results, we do it!.

    Personal Service

    We have a team of client care specialists and an owner that demands every client be treated like family. This means frequent contact and updates by the legal team to help put your mind at ease.

    Legal Advice & Counsel

    We understand the importance of providing you sound legal advice and counsel throughout the claims process. Our attorneys and support staff communicate with you about your health and your claim throughout the process.

    Experienced Legal Team

    Our team includes over 20 attorneys with over 200 years of combined experience, numerous investigators and medical staff, and more than 100 professional support staff.

    Convenient Locations

    We’re your neighborhood law firm, not a downtown law firm. With fully staffed offices in several Northeast Florida counties and Jacksonville offices in Arlington, Northside, Westside, and Southside, we’re here for you!

    • Jacksonville Main Office 9282 Atlantic Boulevard
      Jacksonville, FL 32225
    • Starke Office 486 North Temple Ave.
      Starke, FL 32091
    • Palatka Office 700 Reid Street.
      Palatka, FL 32177
    • Orange Park Office 637 Blanding Blvd., Ste. 4
      Orange Park, FL 32073
    • Northside Office 4608 Norwood Ave
      Jacksonville, FL 32206
    • Arlington Office 4981 Atlantic Boulevard
      Jacksonville, FL 32207
    • Westside Office 6850 103rd St.
      Jacksonville, FL 32210
    • Southside & Baymeadows 8761 Perimeter Park, Suite 104
      Southside, FL 32216
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