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What is a strict liability design defect in Florida?

According to Florida law, to succeed on a claim of strict liability based on a design defect, the plaintiff must prove that the product is defective or unreasonably dangerous: To succeed on either state law theory of liability—strict liability or negligence in...

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What is the essential requirement for strict liability?

According to Florida law, strict liability claims are based on the essential requirement that the responsible party is in the business of and gains profits from distributing or disposing of the defective product in question through the stream of commerce: Plaintiff...

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What assets must go through probate in Florida?

According to Florida law, the assets that must go through probate include all real and personal property of the decedent, except the protected homestead (see below), within Florida and the rents, income, issues, and profits from it. This includes any property a...

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What does relocation mean?

According to Florida statutory law, relocation means “a change in the location of the principal residence of a parent or other person from his or her principal place of residence at the time of the last order establishing or modifying time-sharing, or at the time of...

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What happens when you fall in a store?

According to Florida law, the outcome of a slip and fall case in a store can depend on a variety of factors, including the specific circumstances of the fall, the conditions of the premises, and whether the store had knowledge of the hazardous condition. For example...

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