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Shaked Law Firm > Shaked Law Blog (Page 63)

With Negligent Security On The Rise In South Florida, Who Becomes Liable?

When we enter a business to shop, or arrive at a property for a work assignment, one of the first things of note is the presence security cameras and posted signage stating that a business or property is under 24-hour surveillance. As residents of some of the busiest cities in the United States, South Floridians have come to expect that property owners and businesses are taking the most effective measures to protect customers and employees from coming to harm as we work, shop, dine, and relax.

There are times, however, when crime does occur and a person becomes severely injured in a shooting, or worse, their life is lost? Who is liable when a visitor to a property or business becomes the victim of a violent crime? How can proprietors of a business make every effort to deter these events from occurring? The Law Resource Blog has those answers.

Motorcycle Insurance 101: Floridians Require Coverage Before Cruising

Those who love motorcycles and the feel of the open road are already familiar with the insurance coverage necessary to take a long weekend ride safely. For new riders, it’s never too late to do the research! For those riders that aren’t as familiar with everything that comes along with that shiny new Triumph, it’s important to fully comprehend the rules of the road and the consequences of ignoring them. One of the most important aspects of becoming a safe and fully licensed motorcycle rider is selecting an insurance policy that fits a rider’s specific needs. A rider’s safety and education doesn’t stop after Florida’s required courses are taken and passed.

Exploring Liability in Personal Injury Law

When a person becomes injured as a result of someone else’s negligence or recklessness, either on the road, in the workplace, or during a surgical procedure, the person who caused this bodily harm resulting in permanent physical injury is known as the “liable” party. A Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer should be the one to advise clients on the steps to take when someone else is liable for their pain and suffering.