Premises Liability

What Small Business Owners Need to Know: Workplace Accidents topic

Posted on April 17, 2018

Are you a small business owner? Are you prepared for the risk of workplace incidents? Although more workplace incidents occur in large manufacturing companies, the incident rate of workplace incidents is similar in both large and small businesses. But small businesses typically don’t have the infrastructure in place to manage workplace incidents. Thus, one safety […]

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What Small Business Owners Need to Know: Property Liability Lawsuits topic

Posted on February 20, 2018

As a small business owner, you probably have your hands full directing your business, supervising employees, managing logistics, selecting the right vendors, and dealing with customers. Unless your small business is a law office, chances are that property liability is probably not at the top of your list…in fact, it may not even be on […]

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Florida Trip & Fall Accidents: Premises Liability topic

Posted on October 17, 2017

When do “Trip and Falls” happen? Trip and fall accidents occur when uneven surfaces or objects in a path cause someone to stumble and fall. What causes “Trip and Falls”? Some of the most common causes of trip and falls are potholes, broken sidewalks, cracked pavement, uneven floors, damaged stairs, uneven concrete slabs, and broken […]

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Premises Liability: Summertime Slip and Falls topic

Posted on June 19, 2017

Hot summers in South Florida are usually packed with fun ways to cool off.  Pool gatherings, beach outings, and boating are great ways for South Floridians to enjoy the heat.  Hot summers also translate into informal wardrobes and laid-back attitudes.  It’s not uncommon to see adults and teenagers alike popping into stores to pick up […]

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Celebrating Safely on St. Patrick’s Day topic

Posted on March 7, 2017

While partygoers nationwide are donning their bright green shirts and drinking chartreuse-tinted drinks at themed St. Patrick’s Day parties, law enforcement officers are prepared and out on the streets looking for drivers who should not be on the road. There are a few specific days throughout the year that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration […]

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Spring Break – Ready to Rent Your Place? topic

Posted on March 3, 2017

Have you ever booked your vacation accommodations through vacation property rental sites like AirBnB or HomeAway? Have you ever considered renting out your property as a vacation rental?  With the growth in the peer-to-peer (P2P) property rental market in the last few years, individuals across the United States are discovering a relatively simple, straight forward […]

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Safety Alert: Natural Gas Leaks topic

Posted on April 19, 2016

Underground pipelines transport natural gas and account for nearly 25% of our nation’s energy use.  We use this energy to heat and cool our homes, to cook and clean, as well as to power manufacturing plants throughout the country.[1] Liquid and gas pipelines are buried underground throughout all 50 states.  Over 2.5 million miles of […]

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Flying Safely: In-Flight Aviation Injuries topic

Posted on March 17, 2016

Air travel is one of the safest types of transportation.  But, on board, airplanes are cramped — fitting dozens of passengers in relatively small areas.  Because passengers and flight attendants need to move through very tight spaces, in-flight incidents occur from time to time, causing injuries.  Injuries during flights may also stem from defective equipment, […]

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Ready to Rent? What You Need to Know Before Booking a Vacation Rental topic

Posted on March 14, 2016

Traveling this spring break with your family?  You’re probably well aware of the growing market for vacation rentals throughout the U.S. and internationally.  If you’re seeking comfortable accommodations that easily fit a family of 4, 6, or even 10, a vacation home rental may be perfect for your family.  The combination of multiple bedrooms, a […]

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Thanksgiving: Keeping it fun, delicious, and safe! topic

Posted on November 16, 2015

Did you know that Thanksgiving Day is the leading day for home cooking fires? Statistics show that cooking fires are three times more likely to occur on Thanksgiving Day as compared to other days throughout the year.  In fact, the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) indicated that there were over 1,370 fires on Thanksgiving Day, […]

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