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How to Avoid and Mitigate Personal Injury Claims in the Property Management Industry

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8/24/2021

11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Presenter:  Brooks A. Saible

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Please join Brooks A. Saible, the founding partner of Saible Law Group, P.A, as he walks us through ways to avoid and mitigate personal injury claims in the property management industry from the perspective of a litigation attorney.

Learning outcomes include:

  • Identify and explain the type of personal injury claims that property owners should be concerned about.
  • Identify and explain why there are so many personal injury claims made against property owners.
  • Identify and explain how premises liability claims differ from ordinary negligence claims and what additional elements must be proven in these cases.
  • Offer practical advice for how property owners can help prevent and mitigate personal injury claims being made against them

Brooks Saible Brooks A. Saible is the founding partner of Saible Law Group, P.A. Mr. Saible earned his Juris Doctorate degree from St. John's University School of Law, where he distinguished himself in trial advocacy. While there, he was named the best advocate at a national mock-trial competition and was the sole recipient of the Albert H. Bosch award for demonstrated excellence in trial advocacy; one of the school's highest honors.

As an experienced trial attorney, Mr. Saible specializes in defending premises liability and construction defect claims. Mr. Saible has successfully settled hundreds of complex cases on behalf of developers, property owners, apartment complexes, management companies, associations, general contractors, subcontractors, manufacturers, insurance carriers, brokers, and many more.

In 2020, Mr. Saible successfully defended a property owner and management company at trial in a premises liability case in Collier County, Florida. Although Plaintiff requested nearly half of a million dollars from the jury, Mr. Saible was able to obtain a judgment that was completely offset by his clients' statutory entitlement to attorney's fees and costs.

Mr. Saible resides in St. Pete Beach, Florida with his wife, two children, and beloved Labrador Retrievers

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