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Licensed Professionals And Inspections Reduce Personal Injury Risks


Remodeling your home, redecorating your yard with new landscaping, or having a pool installed can attribute to personal injuries occurring on your property. The mere thought of having city inspectors at your home is enough to make you want to pull your hair out. However, the licensed professionals that perform these services and inspections have your safety and best interests in mind.

Personal injury claims become a reality when negligence or recklessness are proven. Using licensed professional and having proper inspections done to your home, yard, and any other structure that you might own, you will gain a peace of mind that your guests will be safe. This can also help you avoid having claims put against you.

Professionals And How They Reduce These Risks

  • Plumbing Contractors– “Protecting the health of the nation” is the motto of licensed plumbers. Everyone knows that they repair water leaks and do a lot of dirty work, but there are ways in which they protect you that you may not be aware of. Gas leaks, sewer gas leaks, and keeping your water supply from being contaminated are all services provided by most plumbers that reduce the risks of personal injuries happening on your property. You, your family, and any other guests can become sick or injured if one of these problems arises, but by using a licensed professional you reduce the likelihood of experiencing an occurrence.
  • General Contractors– These types of contractors usually handle a lit bit of everything. Often, they find all of the other contractors needed to complete a project. Their services can include carpentry and remodeling but they are not limited to only these items. Having a deck built in your backyard to bask in the Florida sun is a welcomed addition. It can provide you with an oasis to melt stress away but it can also be a potential fall hazard if not constructed properly. A general contractor should be licensed and insured, and anytime a structure is built, remodeled, or repaired an inspection should be done to keep everyone that comes in contact with your home safe.
  • Electrical Contractors– Electricians provide you with lighting, outlets, and breaker boxes that add convenience to your life. However, there are risks associated with this line of work as well. There are 2 major causes of concern when it comes to electricity. Fire hazard and personal injuries due to being shocked are increased dramatically if this work is not performed correctly. These men and women perform work up to city codes and provide you with a peace of mind that not many other professions can do.
  • Inspectors– There are a variety of different kinds of inspectors. Regardless of what type of inspector that comes to your home, their number one priority should always be your safety. These inspectors make sure that all work performed on your property is up to city, county, or state codes. This allows for more quality workmanship to be done by all of the above-listed professionals. This process can be somewhat intimidating but having inspections done is an excellent way of doing your part to make sure that visitors remain personal injury free on your property.

Attorney David Goldman has a strong belief that everyone should be treated fairly and those with the means should do what they can to bring justice in all areas of our society. That belief has led him to help Florida's injured from being taken advantage of by corporations and insurance companies. Since 1989 David Goldman has been fighting for the rights of Floridians both as an attorney and by personally supporting our community.

Licensed Professionals And Inspections Reduce Personal Injury Risks

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