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Shopping Center Ramp's Paint Job Caused Traumatic Brain Injury, Attorney Says as Multi-Million-Dollar Slip-and-Fall Trial Opens

Posted by Meghan Gourley on Sep 15, 2016 11:06:15 AM

 

Palm Beach, FL—A South Florida retail property owner's paint job on an access ramp led to a woman's traumatic brain and spinal injuries, an attorney representing the woman argued as trial opened Wednesday against the property owner and painting contractor. Sumner v. Lantana Palm Beach Retail, et al., 2010CA11199.

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Topics: Premises Liability, Florida, Traumatic Brain Injury, Retail, Sumner v. Lantana Palm Beach Retail

Plastic Surgeon Injured in Theater Room Fall at Atlantic Station Condo Complex Loses Premises Liability Case

Posted by Steve Silver on Sep 4, 2015 4:21:23 PM

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Topics: Premises Liability, Negligence, Georgia

Florida Prep School Cleared in Trial Over Worker's Electrocution

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Jun 11, 2015 11:53:00 AM

 

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Topics: Premises Liability, Negligence, Florida, Goberman v. The Out of Door Academy

Closing in Storage Unit Crush Case Paves Way for $5.5M Verdict | Florida Trial Video Vault

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Jun 7, 2015 12:18:00 PM

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Topics: Premises Liability, Negligence, Florida, Wolkoff v. Sunshine Storage Inc.

Electrocution's Role in Worker's Heart Damage a Central Issue in Widow's Suit Against Florida School

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Jun 5, 2015 11:27:00 PM

Michael Reed describes the light fixture of a school boiler room in which Robert Goberman claimed he was electrocuted when he touched an exposed lamp prong. Reed represents the school, The Out-of-Door Academy, in a suit by Goberman's widow, Stephanie. Click to watch opening statements. 

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Topics: Premises Liability, Negligence, Florida, Goberman v. The Out of Door Academy