Premises Liability Archives

What Are My Responsibilities as a Homeowner on Halloween?

Posted on : October 29, 2018 by Milles Law

Halloween is fun for children and adults alike. We understand the work it takes to have the spookiest house in the neighborhood. Who hasn’t spent hours decorating their house for Halloween? However, with that work comes responsibilities. When we take … Continue reading

Personal Injury Claims: You Lie, You Lose

Posted on : August 6, 2016 by Milles Law

Credibility is everything in any lawsuit, but particularly a personal injury case. In a recent court decision from July of 2016, a Florida District Court of Appeal dismissed a premises liability lawsuit against Lowe’s because the Plaintiff perpetrated a fraud … Continue reading

The American Contingency Fee

Posted on : July 29, 2016 by Milles Law

Contingency fees arrangements in personal injury cases such a car accidents or medical malpractice cases are critical to equal justice for hardworking, middle-class Americans. In a contingent fee arrangement, the lawyer is paid a fixed percentage out of the money … Continue reading

Premises Liability: Was Disney Negligent?

Posted on : June 16, 2016 by Milles Law

A two-year-old boy being killed by an alligator at a beautiful Disney Resort is an unspeakable tragedy that has some asking, how could this possibly happen? Was there anything Disney could have done to prevent this? Did Disney have a … Continue reading