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Premises Liability And Pokémon Go

Property owners owe a duty of care to guests on their premises. They are required to address any known maintenance or safety issues that could cause injury. They are also expected to address unsafe conditions that they should have known about, regardless of whether or not they actually did. Pokémon Go is a new, and wildly popular, game that may test the boundaries of premises liability law and put some players at risk.

How can I keep my hotel guests safe from accidents?

As a hotel owner in Florida, you are probably concerned about increasing the amount of business your establishment gets. However, you should be more interested in keeping your guests safe. Accidents can have a negative impact on the health of your business, its reputation and the health and safety of your guests. Therefore, guest safety should always be a top priority.

Landlords, tenants and apartment building hazards

Apartment building accidents are a common source of injury for many people. Dangerous conditions often exist in these structures, leading to slip-and-falls, concussions and other types of accidents that can affect the overall safety of tenants. At Dolan Dobrinsky Rosenblum, LLP, one of the questions we know you have, is whether you are entitled to sue a property owner because of injuries you sustained in the building or on the grounds.

The Risk Of Drowning

The death of an 8-year-old boy, suffered after an accident in a cruise ship swimming pool, is a terrible tragedy. Swimming pools, water parks and other aquatic attractions are commonplace in Florida. Hotels, resorts and cruise ships use them to lure tourists from all over the world. While the water can be a source of entertainment, it demands a level of care from providers. When a pool owner is negligent, the result can be a drowning death or severe injuries from a nonfatal submersion.

My apartment was burglarized, can I sue my landlord?

After living in your apartment in Florida for a few years, you come home to find that your place has been broken into. If you are thinking about suing your landlord after your home has been burglarized, you may be shocked to learn that you may be able to do so if he or she failed to take certain measures to make your apartment secure, states website Landlordology.

How do I protect myself from an apartment fire?

Living in a high-rise apartment in Florida has its advantages, but it also carries some risks. One of your foremost concerns should be – how do I protect myself from an apartment fire? According to TJ Woods Insurance Agency, Inc., “due to the close proximity of individual residences inside of multiple tenant residential buildings, more people can be injured in apartment fires.” You should not sign a lease until you have checked and verified that the complex has working fire extinguishers, smoke detectors and other fire safety equipment. You should also check to see if the building is up-to-date on all of its fire inspections, building regulations and codes.

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