Beach Umbrella Lawsuit and What Business Owners Need to Know About Negligence and Duty of Care | Understanding the Law Radio | Peter J. Lamont, Esq.
It was the first day of Jill Mendygral's summer vacation. As soon as it began, it was over, thanks to a flying beach umbrella that ended up stabbing her in the chest. According to the Complaint recently filed in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, Northern District, (Case 1:21-cv-01381-ELH) Mendygral allegedly sustained severe injuries due to the impalement by the breach umbrella. Plaintiff Mendygral alleges that her injuries include surgery to repair a chest wound, radiating back pain, pelvic pain, numbness in the right arm and hand, and other injuries. Plaintiff is suing the Town of Ocean City, Maryland, and 85 N Sunny, LLC, which provided the beach umbrellas. On today's podcast Peter will explain the concept of "Duty of Care" and how understanding your company's duty can help you avoid being on the wrong end of a lawsuit. Share with friends and Subscribe!! Subscribe on Apple Podcast Subscribe on Stitcher Subscribe on iHeart Radio Subscribe on Spotify Subscribe on Google Don't miss this episode of Understanding the Law Radio (UTLRadio)! Want to listen to an episode that you missed? No problem, all episodes are available on iTunes and on our website, www.utlradio.com Make sure that you subscribe to the podcast on iTunes so you know when new episodes are available. If you want even more business or legal information, subscribe to our YouTube channel! UTLRadio: http://www.UTLRadio.com Twitter: @pjllaw Please note: This podcast is for informational purposes only. The statements and opinions contained in this podcast do not constitute legal advice. Additionally, listening to this podcast does not create an attorney/client relationship. If you have a legal issue or concern, you should consult with an attorney in your state.