Negligent Security

What is Negligent Security?

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Negligent Security Case in Florida

File a Negligent Security Case in Florida

How Long Do You Have to File a Negligent Security Case in Florida? Florida law limits how long you have to file certain types of lawsuits. Under Florida Statute 95.11(3)(a), you generally have four years from the date of your injuries to file a negligent security case or any other type of premises liability case


What Do You Have to Prove in a Negligent Security Case?

In a negligent security case, you have to prove that the establishment or institution failed to provide adequate security to protect you from an attack by a third party. The facility owner or administrator did not provide enough security to keep you safe when you needed protection the most. Therefore, you have the right to


Who Has the Right to Sue for Funeral Negligence?

Right to Sue for Funeral Negligence In a funeral negligence case in Florida, the family of the deceased has the right to sue for funeral home negligence. Immediate family may include the decedent’s spouse, parents, or children. In some funeral home cases, extended family or another party who is legally responsible for the deceased may

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How to Sue a Bar for Negligence

How to Suing for negligence in Bar? If you don’t know “how to sue a nightclub?” When a Florida bar or nightclub owner fails to fulfill their duty to keep their premises secure and their patrons safe, victims can hold the bar liable for any damages they suffer as a result of this negligence. The

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Funeral Home Negligence Case

Examples of Funeral Home Negligence Cases Funerals are emotional undertakings. They can be made much worse if the funeral home behaves negligently. Unfortunately, as funeral negligence attorneys, we see these cases all too often. Funeral Home Displays the Wrong Baby at Funeral The team at the Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato recently handled a

Corpse Robbing | The Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato

What Is Corpse Robbing? Corpse robbing occurs when funeral home staff that is handling a deceased body takes personal items or steals the body. For instance, a person may rob the body of clothing, a family heirloom, jewelry, gold fillings, internal organs, or other items.  While these offenses may seem shocking, they do occur, and