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The status of Florida’s slip-and-fall standard

The Florida Legislature repealed § 768.0710, Fla. Stat., which related to the burden of proof in  negligence claims involving transitory foreign objects, like puddles, banana peels, etc.  § 768.0710 required “a duty of reasonable care to maintain the premises” and also did not require “actual or constructive notice of the transitory foreign object or substance.”  … Continue reading

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Matthew Mazzarella is a trial attorney at Hannon & Boyers, P.A.

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