Premises Liability: Steps To Take If Injured On Another Person’s Property

Think about all the times throughout the day when you’re on another person’s property. This holds true when you shop at the mall, visit a grocery store, step into your office building, and stop at the local coffee shop. No matter how cautious you may be, there’s always a chance that you could suffer an injury on another person’s property. For example, you could slip and fall at the grocery store as a result of a spill that wasn’t appropriately

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What is Premise Liability in Florida

Every property owner has to ensure the safety of any person that enters their property. Under Florida’s premise liability law, property owners are liable for any injuries a visitor sustains at their home or property. Premise liability claims in Florida are a form of negligence and are under the common law. Therefore, a person can seek compensation for their injuries or damages they incur in someone else’s property due to a defect or hazardous condition in the property. The law

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What is Premises Liability?

Premises liability cases fall under the umbrella of personal injury law. These types of cases dealing with the injuries that are caused by the failure of a property owner to warn visitors of potential hazards or maintain their property. Some of the most common types of premises liability cases including assaults, construction accidents that harm someone visiting, assaults that take place due to inadequate security, and slip and fall cases. Duty of Care in Premises Liability Cases The duty of

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