Posted By Alan Sackrin on May 18, 2016
According to Florida case law as of the date of this article, a property owner does not have a duty to protect invitees from a criminal attack, and the owner will not be held responsible for the criminal act of a third person that could not be foreseen or anticipated.
- What Type Of Legal Duty Does A Florida Property Owner Have For Injuries To Visitors?: Florida Premises Liability’s Invitee, Licensee, Trespasser Distinctions
- When is a Crime Legally Foreseeable For a Florida Premises Liability Claim?
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