Auto Accidents in Florida

Auto accidents in Florida can have devastating effects on anyone. Not understanding the legal landscape of auto accidents can leave you footing the bill for an accident you had little to nothing to do with. Avoid these type of problems when suffering an auto accident by contacting the Law Offices of Peter M. Commette, P.A. Our team of professional, bar experienced attorneys will be able to navigate the legal waters of Florida to get you the compensation you deserve. Don’t let the stress of an auto accident thwart you from pursuing legal action. Let the professionals at the Law Offices of Peter M. Commette, P.A. take the lionshare of work and represent your best interests in a court of law.

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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.
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An Overview of Premises Liability Law

Possession of Premises

Within the context of premises liability, a person “possesses” land or premises when:

  • The person is in occupation of the land with intent to control it;
  • The person has been in occupation of land with intent to control it; or
  • The person is entitled to immediate occupation of the land, if no other person is in possession as just defined.

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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 of a vessel or equipment which is defective.
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