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Plaintiff wins ruling in Florida premises liability lawsuit

Owners and managers of all businesses have a responsibility to their customers and workers to keep their workplaces clean and clear of obstructions and dangers. This prevents injuries that people could suffer if they encounter wet surfaces, debris, ice or other dangerous property conditions.

What is premises liability under Florida law?

Going to the store for groceries. Taking the family to a restaurant. Running up to a store to get in line for a sale. All these things happen in Florida every day, and no one expects such an everyday activity to cause a serious injury.

New process may reduce Florida slip-and-fall accidents

Slipping and falling on a home or commercial floor surface is a leading cause of injury in the United States. Attentiveness and proper maintenance is usually the only prevention, but Florida is the birthplace of a new way to combat the problem.

Florida law clarified for slip-and-fall injuries

It is rarely the most terrifying thing a person can imagine, but injury while running errands is a common cause of hospital admissions in Florida as well as elsewhere in the United States. If you or a loved one has been hurt by dangerous areas in local businesses, know your rights on claiming compensation.

Can you sue after an outdoor slip-and-fall accident?

You know that you may have a right to sue after an indoor slip-and-fall accident. You're clearly on someone else's property. If that person created a dangerous situation or allowed one to persist -- a store owner who didn't tell employees to clean up after a spill, for instance -- then he or she may be liable.

Hurt in a hotel? Don't sleep on the potential for a civil claim

When you stay in a hotel, it is with the expectation that the premises are safe and clean. Unfortunately, that is not always the case, and sometimes, innocent hotel guests suffer harm because of issues such as wet floors, dangerous property conditions and more.

Outdoor conditions that can cause slip and fall injuries

One of the most common reasons for a slip and fall accident is when ice and snow pile up outside of a building or on a sidewalk, and they're not cleared away properly. While it does very infrequently snow in Florida, this is probably not something you spend a lot of time worrying about. However, it is important to remember that this is by no means the only reasons for slip and fall incidents. Other common causes include:

Recovering after a fall at a local business establishment

Have you been enjoying the 2016 holiday season in Florida? Thousands of people have been celebrating, shopping, dining out and visiting family and friends. If your holiday fun came to a screeching halt when you slipped and fell at a department store or local restaurant, you are not alone.

Quick facts about slip and fall accidents

Slip and fall accidents are very serious, despite how often they're portrayed as comical in movies, TV shows, and other media. They're one of the top reasons that people are injured every year. Below are a few quick facts that help show just how serious they can be:

How do you prove fault in slip and fall accidents?

It may seem like a silly question, but proving fault in a slip and fall accident is not only important, but it can also be difficult. Who is to blame when you fall in a store, or at a restaurant, or in an apartment, or even at work? There are possibly many potential culprits -- or even none at all -- and you want to make sure that every possibility is investigated and checked.

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