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Gas Explosions: Who Is Liable for Damages?

When natural gas, methane, hydrogen, and other types of flammable gases are ignited, it results in a gas explosion. These incidents can be devastating for both human life and the environment.  A 2018 report by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) states that natural gas explosions are responsible for roughly 4,200 house fires each year.

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Everything You Need to Know About Premise Liability in Florida (Shootings, Stabbings, Assaults, & Negligent Security): Who is Liable?

While slip, trip, and fall accidents are the most commonly known types of premises liability cases, there are others, including shootings, stabbings, assaults, negligent security, and third-party vendor negligence as well.  Premises liability occurs when property negligence occurs by a business or vendor and can mean you are entitled to sue for compensation to cover

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Injured at the Miami Dade County Fair? (Premises Liability/Injury/Assault)

The Miami-Dade County Fair and Exhibition opens March 12 and continues through April 5, 2020 (with the exception of March 16-17 and March 30-31). With the fair comes lots of excitement for friends and families to enjoy together, making memories and enjoying all the fun. The Miami Dade Fair is also known for lots of

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Rape & Sexual Assault Due to Negligent Security

How Premises Liability Laws Can Affect Sexual Assault Cases in Florida Owners of shopping centers, nightclubs, and other commercial properties have a duty to provide a safe, secure place for customers and guests. Unfortunately, property owners sometimes fail in this duty and make it easier for a criminal assault like rape to occur. When this

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Premises Liability and Stabbings: When a Property Owner Is Liable

Unfortunately, innocent people are attacked every day in violent assaults. Many of these assaults occur on someone else’s property, such as a bar, parking lot, shopping center, or school campus. While the perpetrator of the crime is certainly criminally responsible, the property owner may share legal liability if they failed in their duty to provide

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