Appeals court rules construction defendants not liable in Miami injury case (FL)

The 3rd District Court of Appeal has affirmed lower court rulings of five summary judgments in cases in which a woman alleges she was injured at a condo community due to negligence in repairing the sidewalk.  The case centers on Rachel Vancelette’s claims that in December 2011 she tripped on an unmarked ramp and curb at the Boulan South Beach Condos in Miami Beach, owned by Boulan South Beach Condominium Association Inc. The ramp and curb were under construction as part of a renovation project undertaken by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), according to court records.    Read the article…………..


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