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Can You File an Elder Abuse Lawsuit in Florida?

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Elder abuse seems to be a growing problem across the country. If you or someone you know has been a victim of elder abuse, you may be wondering what legal steps you can take. More often than ever, people are filing elder abuse lawsuits. This speaks to the growing prevalence of the problem. The… Read More »

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Types of Pharmacy Negligence That May Lead to a Liability Lawsuit

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Pharmaceutical negligence is an ongoing concern and is a major contributing cause of medical malpractice claims in the United States. Though prevalence rates vary from study to study, an accumulation of studies reveal that they occur at the following rates: 12.3 to 1,400.0 per 1,000 patient admissions for prescribing errors; 0.6 to 53 per… Read More »

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Can You Sue a Business for Negligent Security?

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

If you are the victim of a violent attack such as a mugging, robbery, or assault, you may suffer from both physical and emotional injuries. In addition to trying to overcome your newly acquired fears and heal from physical wounds, you will also be forced to find a way to pay for your compiling… Read More »

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The Basics Of Negligent Security

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Crime does not discriminate, and any one of us on any given day may be the subject of dangerous criminal activity. Typically, the victim of a crime attributes his or her involvement to being in the wrong place at the wrong time and does not seek any form of justice save through arrest and… Read More »

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What Business Owners Need to Know About Negligent Security

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

In Florida, property owners, business managers, and landlords have a legal obligation to keep visitors to their property safe. “Visitors” does not always mean invited guests either; visitors can refer to invitees, licensees, and yes, even some trespassers. If a property owner or aforementioned individual fails to provide basic security for their premises and… Read More »

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