The attractive nuisance doctrine applies if there is a jury question of whether the defendant owned or had possession of the land or premises, or whether he or she knew of the dangerous condition, or whether he or she knew of the claimant’s presence if claimant was a trespasser or should have foreseen the claimant’s presence if the claimant was a licensee.
If your child or a juvenile in your custody was injured due to what you believe was an attractive nuisance, you need an experienced personal injury attorney to fight on your behalf.
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A claimant can show that the attractive nuisance is applicable to their claim if he or she can show the following:
Attractive nuisances can be almost any type of potentially dangerous object which could potentially lure a child onto a person’s property. Some of these include the following:
This list of common types of attractive nuisances is not exhaustive and may include a number of objects deemed harmless by the typical adult. Determining what type of object may be considered an attractive nuisance is another task that can be made less complicated with the proper attorney on your side.
More amendments to jury instructions in civil cases- Search the Florida Bar News to find the latest information on amendments to jury instructions in civil cases in an article dated April 15, 2012. This article also addresses topics such as negligence and comparative negligence, assumption of risk, and the duty of reasonable care. Find more information on negligence claims and their requirements on this site.
768.075 Immunity from liability for injury to trespassers on real property - Visit the website of the Florida state legislature to view the statutes on Florida’s negligence laws. This site also provides information on the legal definitions for terms included in the statute. It also explains the process of establishing liability on a property owner for injuries incurred on his or her property.
If you have a child who was injured on another person’s property, your child may have fallen victim to an attractive nuisance. If you live in Brevard County, Melbourne, Satellite Beach, Palm Bay, Vero Beach, or surrounding areas, contact The Law Offices of James B. Coulter at (321) 586-9944 today.
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