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January 2017 Archives

How can I protect my tenants against criminal activity?

Safety should be the main priority for both tenants and landlords in Florida. Even though you may not live on the premises, it is your duty to offer your tenants a reasonable amount of security against criminal activities like assault and break-ins. Not all criminal acts are preventable, but with the right precautions, many of them can be.

How can I protect myself against premises liability claims?

Property owners in Florida should take some time to ensure their buildings are safe and secure for their visitors and residents. Accidents can happen when they are least expected. People who end up sustaining injuries from those incidents may decide to pursue legal action against property owners that could have prevented them. Even if you are not the owner of a five-star resort and instead rent out living space, there are things you can do to protect your residents from harm.

Winter break resort safety

With winter break on the horizon for families in Florida, many parents are planning to spend some time at the local resorts and hotels. The increased crowds can pose a security issue for many establishments that are not used to catering to large groups of patrons at once. Parents should screen their choice of hotels carefully to ensure their safety. According to LodgingMagazine.com, to maximize guest safety, property owners should assess their security processes, equipment and operations so they can make immediate improvements as needed.

Who is responsible for the safety of resort visitors?

A tragic accident at a resort in Colorado raises questions about safety and what role individuals play in preventing accidents. A mother was killed and her two children injured when the ski lift they were riding collided with a support tower. While investigators determined the fatal accident in question was caused by electrical problems, witnesses pointed out that the family did not have the safety bar down. The resort owners may attempt to limit their liability by claiming the guests shared some responsibility because they did not use the safety bar provided.

Apartment building safety tips for the New Year

With the arrival of a new year comes new concerns for many residents in Florida. Apartment security incidents and fires are on the rise. People who are in search of new homes may be attracted to apartment complexes that have swimming pools and other amenities for their entertainment. As important as it is for them to choose properties that are beneficial to their interests and lifestyles, they should not forget to consider their safety.

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