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The Florida Statutes

The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XLV
TORTS
Chapter 768
NEGLIGENCE
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CHAPTER 768
PART I

GENERAL PROVISIONS

768.041
Release or covenant not to sue.
768.0415
Liability for injury to parent.
768.042
Damages.
768.0425
Damages in actions against contractors for injuries sustained from negligence, malfeasance, or misfeasance.
768.043
Remittitur and additur actions arising out of operation of motor vehicles.
768.07
Railroad liability for injury to employees.
768.0705
Limitation on premises liability.
768.075
Immunity from liability for injury to trespassers on real property.
768.0755
Premises liability for transitory foreign substances in a business establishment.
768.08
Liability of corporations having relief department for injury to employees; contracts in violation of act void.
768.091
Employer liability limits; ridesharing.
768.093
Owner liability limits; powered shopping carts.
768.095
Employer immunity from liability; disclosure of information regarding former or current employees.
768.096
Employer presumption against negligent hiring.
768.098
Limitation of liability for employee leasing.
768.0981
Limitation on actions against insurers, prepaid limited health service organizations, health maintenance organizations, or prepaid health clinics.
768.10
Pits and holes not to be left open.
768.11
Pits and holes; measure of damages.
768.12
Motor vehicle colliding with any animal at large on a public highway.
768.125
Liability for injury or damage resulting from intoxication.
768.1256
Government rules defense.
768.1257
State-of-the-art defense for products liability.
768.128
Hazardous spills; definitions; persons who assist in containing or treating spills; immunity from liability; exceptions.
768.13
Good Samaritan Act; immunity from civil liability.
768.1315
Good Samaritan Volunteer Firefighters’ Assistance Act; immunity from civil liability.
768.1325
Cardiac Arrest Survival Act; immunity from civil liability.
768.1326
Placement of automated external defibrillators in state buildings; rulemaking authority.
768.1335
Emergency Medical Dispatch Act; presumption.
768.1345
Professional malpractice; immunity.
768.135
Volunteer team physicians; immunity.
768.1355
Florida Volunteer Protection Act.
768.136
Liability for canned or perishable food distributed free of charge.
768.137
Definition; limitation of civil liability for certain farmers; exception.
768.138
Interruption of electric utility service by order of law enforcement; immunity.
768.1382
Streetlights, security lights, and other similar illumination; limitation on liability.
768.14
Suit by state; waiver of sovereign immunity.
768.16
Wrongful Death Act.
768.17
Legislative intent.
768.18
Definitions.
768.19
Right of action.
768.20
Parties.
768.21
Damages.
768.22
Form of verdict.
768.23
Protection of minors and incompetents.
768.24
Death of a survivor before judgment.
768.25
Court approval of settlements.
768.26
Litigation expenses.
768.28
Waiver of sovereign immunity in tort actions; recovery limits; limitation on attorney fees; statute of limitations; exclusions; indemnification; risk management programs.
768.295
Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation (SLAPP) suits by governmental entities prohibited.
768.31
Contribution among tortfeasors.
768.35
Continuing domestic violence.
768.36
Alcohol or drug defense.
768.37
Limitation on civil liability arising from long-term consumption of food and nonalcoholic beverages.
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