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Tag Archives: Fort Lauderdale Premises Liability Lawyer

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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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Florida’s Recreational Use Law

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In Florida, certain areas are designated for recreational use by the public. This includes not only land, but also water, park areas, and playgrounds. While many recreational areas are owned by the city or state, others are owned by private companies or individuals who allow public access to the property. While property owners are… Read More »

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Sliding Glass Door Accidents

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To take advantage of Florida’s beautiful ocean views and balmy weather, many residents choose to install sliding glass doors in their homes and businesses. While this may make it easier to enjoy all that Florida has to offer, it can also pose a risk to visitors. While those who are injured by someone else’s… Read More »

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Liability for Airbnb Accidents

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Renting an Airbnb has become an increasingly popular choice for many travelers. Whether they’re going on a vacation, attending a family reunion, or traveling on a business trip, staying at an Airbnb can save guests a significant amount of money that they might otherwise be forced to spend at an expensive hotel or resort…. Read More »

Floridian Contracted Dangerous Brain-Eating Amoeba

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A person from Broward County has contracted the brain-eating amoeba called Naegleria fowleri recently and is currently undergoing treatment for the condition. This rare yet extremely dangerous and often deadly infection is contracted by swimming in bodies of warm freshwater such as rivers, canals and lakes and results in symptoms including headaches, fevers and… Read More »

Family Vacation Dream Turns To Nightmare

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Few experiences are more tragic than losing a child. When it happens in a horrific way and it becomes national news, we all feel the parents’ pain. The Nebraska family that lost their little boy during their vacation to Disney World has a long road to recovery ahead of them and their lives will… Read More »

Signing Away The Right To Sue

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Most people do not read the language in liability waivers before agreeing to sign away their rights to sue in case an accident occurs in the course of an activity. Some business owners providing waivers use boilerplate language that is supposed to cover all lawsuits, and believe that it means that a person injured… Read More »

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