Q. I slipped and fell at work. Company provide no non slip mats in kitchen. Are they grossly negligent?
A: Generally speaking an injured victim of an accident does not need to prove gross negligence. If someone is injured at a business, that customer only has to prove that the business knew or should have known of the condition, which ultimately caused them to slip and fall, and that the business did not use due care to correct the condition they knew of or should have known of had the business acted properly. This is codified in Florida Statutes which specifically discusses foreign transitory substances.
May 4, 2020
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