Categories: Real Estate,
Renting space from another person requires a commitment on each side—the renter commits to a set amount of money, a set timeframe and a set start and end date, while the landlord commits to a pre-determined space, a level of maintenance and whatever provisions have been agreed upon as part of the rental contract. Along with these commitments come responsibilities that each party owes the other. These responsibilities are governed under Florida’s law, no matter how long the rental term lasts, how the payments are made or what building is involved. In the Florida Residential Landlord Tenant Act (FL Statute,...
Categories: Medical Malpractice Defense,
There are plenty of routine procedures that require anesthesia for the patient, but it’s likely not routine for patients to consider who is providing their anesthesia care or to know and understand what all is involved in providing such care. Anesthesia providers are responsible for providing the medication that puts the patient under during surgery, but they are also responsible for managing the patient’s breathing, circulation, fluids and a whole variety of other vital bodily functions throughout the entire process. Their jobs begin before the patient’s surgery and do not end until after the operation is fully completed. Like every...
Categories: Data Security & Privacy,
Lubell Rosen Partner Aldo Leiva will present at the Forensic Expert Witness Association Florida Chapter Annual Workshop on February 11. The workshop is intended to help attorneys and expert witnesses be more effective working together in various stages of their engagement. Aldo will specifically speak on cybersecurity law, data breaches and compliance issues. Click here for more information.
Categories: Liability Insurance Issues,
Big storms can cause a lot of damage, to both property and people, and those who seek medical treatment for injuries as a result of a storm might also be seeking coverage from a variety of insurance policies. These include medical insurance and homeowner’s insurance. Depending on where the accident occurred, an injured patient may be trying to make a “slip and fall” claim against the person who owns the property, which could affect how a doctor can provide treatment or medical advice. A fall can result in very serious injuries—broken bones, sprains, bruising, dislocation and even concussions or other...