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The “Attractive Nuisance” Doctrine In Florida

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Children always have a way of getting into places where they may not necessarily belong, given their natural curiosity. However, this can be dangerous, especially with children who are too young to accurately appreciate the danger. If your child has been injured due to the presence of a so-called ‘attractive nuisance,’ you may be… Read More »

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Premises Liability In Private Homes

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The legal theory of premises liability is most commonly seen for most people in reading about slip and fall accidents in the supermarket. However, premises liability lawsuits can be initiated over any accident which happens on someone else’s land. If you have been injured in someone’s home or on someone’s private property, you may… Read More »

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Premises Liability At The Port of Tampa: Cruise Ship Injuries

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The cruising industry is one of Florida’s strongest, with numerous cruise ships leaving from Florida ports like Tampa, Miami and Jacksonville. However, many passengers are caught unawares by the strict legal requirements and specifications they are agreeing to when they accept their cruise tickets. If you are injured on a cruise ship, you may… Read More »

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Child Plaintiffs in Premises Liability Cases

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Normally a landowner or business owner is not liable for any injuries sustained by a trespasser as long as they were not caused maliciously, but things are very different when the trespasser is a minor child. A large proportion of children are curious and adventurous, often getting into places where they should not be,… Read More »

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Categories of Guests In Premises Liability Law

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Premises liability is the area of law that governs injuries and accidents on other people’s property, and the duty of care that the landowners have to those who do come there. At common law, there are three different categories of guests, each of which are owed a different duty of care by the landowner… Read More »

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What Is A Recreational Use Law?

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In Florida, there is quite a lot of land devoted to recreational purposes, be it governmental, privately owned, or commercial, Because of this, the question often comes up as to the degree of liability owed by the maintainers and possessors of that land if someone is injured. If you have been injured on someone… Read More »

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What Is Premises Liability?

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Every time one hears a news story about accidents on amusement park rides, or slip and fall accidents in grocery stores, they are hearing about a potential lawsuit under a legal theory called premises liability. Premises liability is a common basis under which to bring a lawsuit in Florida, though many who try are… Read More »

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