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Negligent Security Claims in Miami

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

When people think about premises liability, they tend to think of slip and falls, dog bites, and amusement park injuries. But, one of the growing types of premises liability that is becoming more common in society today is negligent security. Each time a person steps foot on public property such as a nightclub, movie… Read More »


A Day at the Amusement Park: Not Always Fun and Games

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

If you have ever been to an amusement park, you may have wondered how safe the rides really are. Most of the time, you assume the park is well-maintained and safe for the general public. In many cases, this is true. However, what happens in cases when this is not true? Who can be… Read More »


What To Do If You Were Injured At A Resort

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

When most people go on vacation, they do not expect to be injured on the resort’s premises, but unfortunately, accidents are called accidents for a reason, and anything from a slippery hotel lobby floor to a poorly maintained sidewalk around the pool can lead to injury and costly damages. If this should happen to… Read More »


Common Premises Liability Injuries

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

According to premises liability law, property owners and business owners are responsible for keeping their properties safe and hazard-free for invitees. While the duty of care varies depending on the nature of the visitors’ relationship with the property owner, it is safe to assume that each property owner has a duty to take reasonable… Read More »

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What Measures Should a Store Take to Prevent Slip and Fall Injuries?

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

Store owners and managers in Miami have a responsibility to their patrons and employees to provide a safe shopping environment. Safe means free of hazards, which can and does include puddles, spills, and other tripping or slipping risks. Under Florida Statute 768.0755, a property owner or manager can be held liable for injuries sustained… Read More »


Understanding Negligent Security Law in Florida

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

In June 2016, a gunman walked into an Orlando nightclub and shot up the venue, killing 49 individuals in the process, the deadliest mass shooting since 9/11 according to authorities. As a Florida personal injury law firm, we have to wonder, was the nightclub in any way to blame? We are not saying that… Read More »


Who is Liable for Amusement Park Injuries?

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

Amusement park deaths and injuries occur far more often than most people assume or like to think about. According to USA Today, amusement parks and carnivals saw an increase in the number of chilling accidents in 2016. In May, a little girl’s hair got caught in a carnival ride and her scalp was ripped… Read More »


What You Should Know About Slips, Trips, & Falls On Commercial Property

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

While slip, trip, and fall accidents are some of the most commonly occurring accidents on public premises, liability in these types of accidents is actually quite difficult to prove, and so they often go uncompensated. Yet, slip, trip, and falls can result in serious injuries, from broken limbs to concussions, and lead to the… Read More »


Recent Fall Cases

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

Many people have experienced a slip and fall accident in their lives. However, sometimes those falls occur on the property of a business, and serious occurs. This leaves the business, or owner of the property, liable to a lawsuit and potentially responsible for your injuries. Regarding slips and falls, Florida Statute 768.0755, enacted in… Read More »

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