5 Ways You Have Failed to Provide Adequate Security

Premises Liability
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From physical assaults and robberies to slips, trips and falls, inadequate security can be to blame for a variety of types of incidents on property. Under law, owners have certain responsibilities to protect customers and other guests against unnecessary harm, and incidents that lead to avoidable injuries can justify claims for financial compensation. There are…

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What are a Commercial Property Owner’s Responsibilities?

Premises Liability
property owner

You were injured at a , and you want to know if you are entitled to financial compensation. While this may be the first time that you have encountered this type of situation, your circumstances are not unique. Each year, countless Palm Beach County residents get injured in premises-related accidents. These accidents often result in…

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Reasonable Compensation for a Premises Liability Claim

Premises Liability
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“How much can I expect to recover?” If you were injured in a slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accident on someone else’s property, this question is quite understandably top of mind. Your medical bills may be piling up already, you likely already missed time from work, and you may be struggling to see how you will ever…

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Proving Negligence in a Florida Slip and Fall

Premises Liability
slipping/falling in public place

In personal injury cases, “negligence” is a fundamental concept. In short, the simple fact that you have been injured (in most cases) does not mean that you are entitled to compensation. In order to secure a financial recovery, you need to be able to prove that someone else made a mistake (or was “negligent”) in…

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Most Common Types of Premises Liability Claims

Premises Liability
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Slip and Fall Attorney Fighting for Injury Victims In West Palm Beach Premises liability is the area of personal injury law that makes property owners (and, in some cases, tenants) legally responsible for injuries caused by dangerous conditions on their properties. Not all dangerous conditions will create liability; and, under law, property owners actually owe…

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