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Florida man sues Costco for slipping on ice cream

Many Miami area residents spend time going to warehouse clubs to purchase items for their family. Stores like Sam's Club and Costco are popular among Miami residents. When shoppers spend time in stores, they expect that the store management and employees keep the stores clean and free from hazards. Most of the time this is true, but occasionally a shopper suffers a serious slip and fall accident.

Fatal boating accident in Miami area

Many in the Miami area enjoy boating. Many people own boats or they have friends who own boats and invite them along on boating excursions. Boating is a great way to enjoy the weather, have fun with friends and family, and enjoy being outside in the beautiful Miami area. Most of the time boaters are able to remain safe but there are hazards they can come upon when they are on the water.

Cruise passenger sues company after fall on bungee

There are many people in the Miami area and across the U.S. who take cruises each year. Many of these cruises leave from the Miami ports. Cruises are a wonderful vacation for couples and families to take. They can visit multiple ports and offer endless food and entertainment. But, sometimes a cruise can go wrong and an unexpected premises liability situation occurs.

Older residents have a greater risk of falls in public places

There are many hazards that older residents face. The elderly population is especially fragile and even a minor fall can result in serious injuries. Falls are the most common cause of injuries for senior citizens and can lead to months of rehabilitation, even death. If a fall was the result of another person's negligence though, it could be a premises liability situation.

Woman files lawsuit against after serious fall

The cruise industry is a major business in South Florida. Many Florida residents and visitors go on a cruise out of Florida ports. Most of the time vacationers have a safe and fun time while they're on a cruise, but occasionally an accident occurs that may qualify for premises liability.

Shopping mall injuries are more common than people may think

Going to the mall for Miami residents is a common activity, especially during the upcoming holiday season. Many people enjoy going shopping at places that have lots of stores, so they can shop in a short amount of time. Others use mall to get some exercise and socialize with friends. Regardless of what a person does there, malls are a community gathering place. But, no one expects they will suffer an injury while at the mall.

Hotels must ensure that the premises are safe for guests

There are many hotels in Florida and people frequent them often for a variety of reasons. Florida is a popular destination for tourists especially as the weather gets colder in the north. So, the hotels may experience an increase in business soon. The cost of the hotels and the extra amenities they provide vary quite a bit, but no matter how much the hotel costs, they all must provide certain safety measures to keep their guests safe.

The government's liability for accidents on public property

Private individuals or companies own much of the land in Florida, but there is still a lot of property which is owned by the government and is considered public property. In previous posts we have discussed property owners' responsibilities to keep their property free of dangerous conditions which could harm the people invited onto the property. However, what happens if someone injures themselves on a dangerous condition on public property?

When are store owners liable for slip-and-fall accidents?

Online shopping is becoming more and more popular in Florida. It may be the future of shopping, but today there are still many stores that have buildings where people go in and buy the items right there. People go to grocery stores, clothing stores, hardware and home goods stores, stores for electronics and many other types of stores. While people are in these stores they expect to be safe, and be able to go in buy what they would like and leave.

Special rules for property owners with respect to children

In general in Florida, there are different written and unwritten rules for adults and children. Some rules remain the same but, for example, people do not treat an adult in the same manner they would treat a seven-year-old child. There is an understanding that children's brains have not fully developed yet and in many situations they do not realize the consequences of their decisions and need much stricter guidance in order to make the right decision.

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