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Premises Liability

What is the Res Ipsa Loquitur Doctrine and How Can it Affect My Premise Liability Case in Florida?

It is a foundational principle of Florida premises liability law that only people who are at fault must pay compensation to victims. Generally, this means that the person who owned or occupied the property must have been careless in how they maintained it, and the burden is on the injured…

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Safety Responsibilities Construction Companies Have for their Employees

Questions about construction safety have once more been raised after a construction manager was injured during the recent demolition of a condo in Miami Beach. According to the Tampa Bay Times, 46-year-old Samuel Landis was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital after being struck by debris during the demolition. He is…

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