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Premises Liability Law in Florida: Can Negligent Security Cause Burglary?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

A recent Newsweek report about a burglary in Florida may be amusing to read, but it raises questions about negligent security in premises liability law. If a burglar broke into your home in Florida, can an apartment complex management company and/or the security firm hired by the management company be held responsible for your… Read More »

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Who’s Responsible for Your Amusement Park Injury in Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Florida is home to some of the world’s most popular attractions, theme parks, and amusement parks. In fact, according to a 2018 report by WFLA, eight of the top 10 best amusement parks and water parks in the U.S. are located in the Sunshine State. Thrill-seekers among local Floridians and tourists alike love the… Read More »

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Proving a Dangerous Condition in Personal Injury Cases

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Being on another individual’s property means that the visitor must trust that the property owner has uncovered any and all dangerous conditions, including taking steps to correct them. Issues arise when dangerous conditions are either not known or not corrected by the property owner. If an injury occurs as a result of these situations,… Read More »

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Crime, Foreseeability, and Negligence Claims

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Property owners, especially those who invite individuals to enter onto their premises, have a general duty to ensure that the property is a safe condition to guard against injury. This includes not only businesses, but also private property owners who may have visitors over for a Christmas dinner. Failure to maintain the property in… Read More »

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Who Is Responsible for Injuries at Sporting Events?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Watching a sporting event in person is, essentially, a time-honored tradition almost anywhere in the world. Hosting thousands of people at an arena is not a responsibility to be taken lightly, though, and many teams, and the owners of the arena, take every precaution possible to ensure that each spectator can enjoy the sporting… Read More »

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Liability in Pool Accidents

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Although Florida is blessed with an abundance of natural water, such as the Ocean, the Gulf, various rivers and lakes, and even underground aquifers, many Floridians also have, or have access to, pools. And now that summer is in full swing, pool activity is as popular as any other outdoor activity in this State…. Read More »

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Premises Liability Issues for Condominium Residents

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Typically, the phrase premises liability conjures up images of slip-and-falls on water at a place of business, such as a restaurant. However, while such injuries definitely fit within premises liability, there are other forms of premises liability in which people can get injured, and in which the services of an experienced personal injury attorney… Read More »

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Who to Sue When Bed Bugs Attack You

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Bed bugs seem to be one of the scourges of modern society, having infiltrated both private and public spaces. While they do not carry infectious disease like fleas and mosquitos, they can leave a victim in severe pain, discomfort and mental distress if an attack is severe or prolonged, or an allergic reaction occurs…. Read More »

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What Obligations Do Hotels Owe Their Guests?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

When someone checks into a hotel, he/she expects the proprietor to operate the business in a way that best protects the guest’s personal safety and guards against the loss of personal property. These expectations are reasonable, and represent part of the fees paid by a guest. However, when a guest is injured on hotel… Read More »

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Are Retailers Responsible for Criminal Activity on their Property?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Feeling safe in one’s community is important to the health and function of a society, and a big part of any community are the stores people frequent for goods and services. No one wants to shop at a place where their safety feels threatened, but some retail establishments are known for attracting a criminal… Read More »

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