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Can You Sue a Homeowners’ Association for a Slip and Fall?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Palm Beach County has thousands of Homeowners Associations (HOAs), with tens of thousands of residents. Living in an HOA has many advantages, including amenities, uniformity of rules, and someone responsible for maintenance. Unfortunately, many people are injured on their association’s property, and they wonder whether they can bring a claim for compensation. Handling this… Read More »

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Premises Liability after a Hurricane

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Hurricane season is upon us, and early indications are that it will be particularly active. Already, Florida has seen several named tropical storms, and more dangerous storms could be on the horizon. When a hurricane or tropical storm comes crashing on our state, the damage is considerable. Strong winds can blow over trees and… Read More »

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Swimming Pool Accidents

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Spending some time in the pool is almost mandatory given the steamy summers we enjoy in Delray Beach. Swimming is typically very safe, but a lot depends on the circumstances, such as whether a person is a good swimmer and the condition of the pool and the surrounding area. If you or a loved… Read More »

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4 Things You Need to Know about Slip and Fall Cases

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Slip and fall accidents can be quite serious. Many people suffer catastrophic injuries whereas others suffer no more than a bump on the head. Regardless of how the accident unfolded, you need to carefully consider whether to bring a claim for compensation. There is a lot of inaccurate information on the Internet, especially regarding… Read More »

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What Duties Do Landowners Owe Children?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Florida landowners generally don’t owe a duty of care to people who trespass on their property. The law makes an exception, however, for children. This exception is called the “attractive nuisance” doctrine, and it holds landowners responsible when children trespass onto the property because of an attractive object. If your child has been injured… Read More »

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Injuries at the Airport

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Flying is stressful. Increased security after 9/11 requires that you arrive at the airport earlier than ever, and once you get to your gate you face cranky airline personnel and overbooked flights. It’s enough to make travel by car or bus look attractive. Unfortunately, many people can also be injured at the airport. Modern… Read More »

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