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Ways to improve nightclub and bar security

Many bar and nightclub owners in Florida are so busy running their businesses that they may forget that it is their duty to protect their patrons from certain hazards and security issues. One major risk that many alcohol-serving establishments encounter is when inebriated customers start fights and brawls. Bar and nightclub owners who do not take reasonable actions prevent bar assaults could be held liable for any injuries that deaths that occur.

Ways property owners can keep their tenants safe

Many people who are unable to find vacancies in luxurious high-rise apartments in Florida often find themselves moving to apartment complexes that are undoubtedly more affordable. These apartments may offer the same amenities and living space. But there may be some security issues that can affect tenant safety.

How can I protect myself from injuries while on vacation?

Summer is on its way, and soon the roads will be filled with tons of tourists visiting from all over the country. No one ever expects to fall ill or become injured while they are relaxing and having fun on vacation, but vacation accidents are very common in Florida. Careful planning and research are necessary to ensure that you and your loved ones do not end up spending your time recovering instead of having fun.

Can you sue a dog owner for a dog bite injury?

Dog bites can cause serious injuries. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that around 4.5 million people experience a dog bite annually. Around 20 percent of those bites become infected. Half of all dog-bite injuries occur in a home. If you are bitten by a dog, will Florida statutes hold the owner liable? 

Can I sue if I am injured while staying at a vacation rental?

Instead of staying at a hotel in Florida for your vacation, you decided to stay at a short-term home rental that you found on a travel site to save some money. During your stay, you slipped and fell on the steps and broke your leg. Now you are wondering if you can sue the property owner. There were no railings for you to hold on to prevent your fall. Upon closer inspection, you noticed that one of the stairs was broken. You might be able to sue the property owner for premises liability to recover compensation for your injuries if they did not keep their property in a reasonably safe condition.

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