Entries by Commette Law Admin

Excursion Injuries

No one wants to suffer an injury while out on an excursion, but life loves to throw us curveballs when we are enjoying our excursions. Whether you are enjoying a pleasure boat trip, a fishing charter, tour boat, ferry, or any other excursion type activity in Florida and suffer an injury, get in contact with […]

Florida Dramshop Act

 A person who sells or furnishes alcoholic beverages to a person of lawful drinking age shall not thereby become liable for injury or damage caused by or resulting from the intoxication of such person, except that a person who willfully and unlawfully sells or furnishes alcoholic beverages to a person who is not of lawful […]

The Bahamas 2014 Crime and Safety Report

The Bahamas 2014 Crime and Safety Report states the following about the Bahamas: “Rental of personal watercraft (jet skis) is very popular at many resorts and beaches. Visitors should use extreme caution and not operate such watercraft unless they are experienced in using them. Use of life jackets is highly recommended. The Embassy has seen […]

Understanding Negligent Security or Lack of Security Cases

Inadequate security or negligent security cases involve the failure of business proprietors, such as mall and shopping center operators, apartment and residential rental housing owners, hotels and motels, restaurants, pharmacies, bars, etc., to implement reasonable and ordinary security measures for the protection of their customers from crime when necessary for the protection of the customers.

Maritime – Admiralty – Marine Warranty

Overview of Maritime – Admiralty – Marine Law Claims arising out of defective vessels or equipment generally fall into two categories: 1) Products liability claims for injury to persons or property arising out of a dangerous or defective vessel or piece of the vessel’s equipment 2) Contractual and implied-in-law warranty claims against the manufacturer and seller […]

Towing and Salvage Claims

Every year, hundreds of boaters discover first-hand the difference between contract towing and salvage. The discovery is typically made when the surprised boat owner receives a bill for a salvage reward that is a significant percentage of the value of his vessel, as opposed to a bill for towing services. The typical towing bill is […]

Cruise Ship Injuries

Cruise ships are a good value for travel and entertainment enjoyed by many people each year. However many of those who take voyages on these vessels are unaware of the potential dangers and their rights. Cruise ship accidents are common, dangerous and can lead to extensive injuries. The corners cut in providing this relatively inexpensive […]