What is a Nuisance? Florida Statute 823.05 defines nuisance as an activity that annoys the community, injures the health of the community, or becomes manifestly injurious to the morals or manners of the people. Neighbors and business owners cannot use their property in any way that interferes with the use and enjoyment of another's property.
Common Nuisance Examples
Unkept pools and fountains
Properties used for criminal or gang activity
As a result of a nuisance violation, you may be entitled to damages for:
Devaluation of property
Loss of the use value of property
Cost of removal of nuisance and repairs
Loss of right to enjoyment of property
Out of pocket expenses
Contact Us for Compassionate and Dedicated Representation
Call the Simpson-Cannon Law Firm at 561-721-6255 if you have a nuisance claim.
Cynthia has over 20 years experience as a trial attorney.
Cynthia is a former prosecutor and has proudly represented victims during her tenure at the Office of the State Attorney in West Palm Beach.