FAQ Category: Premises Liability Accidents

The Attractive Nuisance Doctrine protects a child who wanders or trespasses onto another’s property and is injured by a dangerous condition. Attractive nuisance is a negligence action, based on a land owner’s premise liability and to protect children from unreasonable risk of harm. Generally, a land owner may be responsible…

As an attorney specializing in dog bites with almost 40 years of experience, I have seen the devastating effects of these attacks. As a dog owner, you may be strictly liable to the victim for damages including: medical costs, and pain and suffering, regardless of whether this was the first…

Strict Liability is a legal doctrine referring to absolute legal responsibility for an injury that can be imposed on the “wrongdoer” without proof of carelessness or fault. As a Gainesville Dog Bite Lawyer, what is unique about Strict Liability is that a person does not have to be found careless,…