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Playground Accident Liability in Florida

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Most of us remember falling off of the monkey bars as children or scraping ourselves while playing on a jungle gym or slide. Although these falls and accidents may have proven to be painful at the time, they often only required the use of a band aid or an ice pack. Unfortunately, many children… Read More »

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How Building Code Violations Could Affect Your Florida Premises Liability Claim

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Filing a successful premises liability claim requires proof that a property owner failed to maintain his or her property. In most cases, this includes collecting photographs from the scene of the slip and fall or other accident, obtaining video recordings from the time of the accident, making copies of the injured party’s medical records,… Read More »

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Swimming Pool Liability

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In summer, more and more Florida residents are finding their way to local swimming pools. While swimming has proven to be a good way to cool off, get exercise, and provide hours of fun for children, it can also be dangerous, leading to serious injuries and even death. When these tragic accidents could have… Read More »

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Open and Obvious Property Conditions Can Affect Premises Liability Claims

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Property owners are required to use a certain amount of care to ensure that their premises are properly maintained when they invite others onto that property. Landowners who fail to take these steps could open themselves up to liability if someone is injured as a result of their negligence. There are certain types of… Read More »

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What to do After a Slip and Fall Accident

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When many people think about personal injury claims they imagine serious car accidents, or injuries caused by dangerous consumer products. While these types of accidents can and do occur at a surprisingly high rate, the reality is that some of the most common accidents behind personal injury claims are actually slip and fall accidents…. Read More »

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Injuries Caused by Fallen Tree Branches

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With winter in full swing, pedestrians are more at risk of being injured by a fallen tree branch than at any other time of the year. Unfortunately, determining liability in these types of cases tends to be difficult, so many injured parties are left without compensation for their injuries. To ensure that this doesn’t… Read More »

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The Legal Duty Owed to Guests in Florida Hotels

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The legal concept of premises liability allows injured plaintiffs to hold property owners accountable for their failure to use reasonable care in keeping their premises safe for visitors. While most people associate this legal concept with slip and fall accidents in grocery stores and other public places, the reality is that many of the… Read More »

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Safety Responsibilities of a Business Owner

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Property owners, and business owners in particular, have a significant legal responsibility to meet certain expectations when it comes to keeping visitors safe. When property owners fail to fulfill these duties, they can be held legally and financially liable for their negligence. If you were injured on someone else’s property as a result of… Read More »

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Are Florida Businesses Required to Install Hurricane Proof Windows?

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Over the last few years, Florida has been ravaged by a series of devastating hurricanes. Knowing that the state is at risk of this type of natural disaster, as well as flooding and severe storms, many people choose to install hurricane proof windows that are impact proof, shatterproof, and reinforced to protect occupants in… Read More »

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Do Property Owners Owe a Greater Duty of Care to Children?

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In Florida, property owners are required to take reasonable measures to ensure that their visitors, customers, and clients are kept safe from harm while on their premises. This usually involves regularly inspecting the property, making any needed repairs, and warning visitors of hidden dangers. This is true for both residential property owners and those… Read More »

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