Category Archives: Premises Liability
Florida has its share of scary looking animals, from the American alligator, which includes Florida in its native range, to introduced species like the nutria, the green iguana, and more recently, the Nile monitor lizard. Alligators have been known to attack humans, but only if those humans are wading or swimming in the water,… Read More »
On July 6, 2019, a gas leak led to an explosion at a Broward County shopping center called the Market on University. Most of the people injured were working out at the L.A. Fitness gym at the time of the blast. The other injured people were dining or working in restaurants at the shopping… Read More »
Florida’s theme parks are world famous as places of safe, innocent fun; increasing numbers of adults choose visiting the Magic Kingdom and similar places, in order to feel like a kid, even when edgier and boozier options are available to them. As anyone who has ever been a theme park guest knows, visiting a… Read More »
Is It Always The Business Owner’s Responsibility When A Customer Gets Injured At A Place Of Business?
You have probably seen billboards and TV advertisements for slip-and-fall accident lawyers, but the laws regarding slip-and-fall accidents apply to a much wider range of accidents than just the ones that involve slipping and falling on a wet or slippery floor. The legal doctrine that holds the owners of commercial and residential properties responsible… Read More »
Sadly, it seems as though there are constantly news stories involving children being injured by unsecured guns found in homes, like this recent one here in Florida, where a toddler was hospitalized after he shot himself with an unsecured gun found while at his uncle’s house. Fortunately, his condition is now listed as stable… Read More »
An historic $1.5 million settlement over a slip-and-fall accident at an elementary school points to just how important it is to have the right premises liability attorneys working by your side; attorneys who can help those responsible see that settling makes more sense due to the likelihood of protracted litigation and the potential for… Read More »