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When Home Projects Lead to Liability Issues

By Robert W. Elton |

As warmer weather approaches, many Floridians start thinking about those home fix-up projects that have been put on hold for the past several months. While some homeowners take personal satisfaction in giving our homes a facelift with their own sweat, others look to hire someone else to take care of the many tasks that… Read More »

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When Negligent Care of a Property Results in a Slip or Fall

By Robert W. Elton |

You are enjoying the day, strolling through a commercial property, when you suddenly trip on a jagged piece of linoleum that was not secured to the flooring; you crash to the ground, incurring several fractures. The medical bills are piling up, you are missing numerous days from your job, and you find yourself sinking… Read More »

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When Injuries Occur on Your Property

By Robert W. Elton |

Let’s say you own a restaurant. A patch of oil has spilled on the floor, and someone has slipped and fallen, resulting in a broken arm. Are you, as the property owner, liable for the injury? As a matter of law, the answer to this question depends in some measure on who the injured… Read More »