A Discussion About Public Storage Lawsuits
- by Ayden
You may have seen the news recently about a Public Storage lawsuit in which a big name corporate giant has been sued for stealing equipment from their employees. And you may be thinking to yourself, “Why me? Why now?” Well, it gets even worse. Because this isn’t just one lawsuit, this is one lawsuit and thousands of lawsuits that we will see in the future, because corporate greed has reached epic proportions. Okay, so lets get into this lawsuit and all of the lawsuits that may come out of this epic battle that corporate giant public storage is losing.
Let’s start this lawsuit by looking at the situation of the main defendant in this Public Storage v. Employee Employer Tort lawsuit: Self-Storage.
Florida is currently governed by the laws called “self-storage laws”. This basically means that any company that has a building or facility that it uses as a storage facility is allowed to sue the tenant if the tenant uses the facility for non-business related reasons. This is in contrast with all other types of Florida landlord tenant insurance policies. So, what exactly is Florida’s self-storage law? According to the Florida Department of Financial Services, it is “an order of relief that prohibits a landlord from discriminating against a potential customer on the basis of that customer’s use of a storage facility for noncommercial purposes.”
Now, Public Storage has sued Florida because they believe that Florida’s self-storage laws are unfair because they allow discrimination based on gender, race, religion, national origin, age, medical condition, sexual orientation and many other areas.
Public Storage has also brought the case against the Florida Department of Financial Services, because they feel that the Florida lien sale law which protects the tenants from unforeseeable acts of theft from their storage unit is not being enforced properly. The court ruled in favor of Public Storage and this resulted in the state of Florida putting into place a new law which is more inclusive and doesn’t allow self-storage facilities and lien sales to be used to unfairly discriminate. If you’re a plaintiff in a lawsuit, then there are many things that you will want to consider. The main things to consider are the details of your lawsuit, the process you are going to go through to get a lawsuit secured and your chances of winning the lawsuit.
So what is the details of your lawsuit?
You can start by filing a complaint against the self-storage facility or individual with whom you have a lawsuit. If your lawsuit is for breach of contract, then you will be seeking monetary damages for being denied access to a Florida public facility. You can also seek damages for being deprived of employment, housing, equal employment opportunity and enjoyment of benefits under the Florida Divorce Law.
Another detail to consider is your lawsuit’s defect. If you have filed a lawsuit because of a defective product, then you will want to make sure that the insurance company that is sued for the accident is aware of it. If the insurance company did know about the problem, then they must have advised you of that information and should have taken steps to remedy the problem. The insurance company must either fix the defect, so you can resume using the product or pay you for your injuries and damages.
Many people who are involved in lawsuits for breach of contract or personal injury may wonder what their chances are if they choose to use a Florida self-storage insurance company instead of a Florida real estate insurance company.
It is important to note that the two companies share some of the same risks. Both companies will have to pay a claim before they can move forward with any claim settlements or injury settlements from the litigation. Additionally, both companies will be held liable for the safety and security of its customers. Although the two companies do not share all of the same risks, both companies must protect its Florida tenants from foreseeable problems.
While discussing the differences between the two different self-storage providers, Mr. Greenberger repeatedly praised Florida’s regulations as compared to other states.
He cited Florida’s statute on self-storage operations as the most comprehensive and restrictive in the United States. “This makes it harder for people to get to sue, which means you will have less injury cases against them, which means you will have less risk and therefore lower premiums,” he said. Mr. Greenberger also indicated that the lawsuit approval process in Florida is much more streamlined than other states, something that made him very happy. Because Florida has so few insurance regulations, the lawsuit process tends to be much less complicated and therefore people find it easier to pursue their lawsuits.
When discussing the difference between the Florida renters’ insurance and the self-storage insurance policies, Mr. greenberger repeatedly highlighted the importance of obtaining adequate coverage. “If you don’t have enough coverage, you can lose everything in the event that something terrible happens with your storage unit,” he said. He stressed that his firm strongly recommends that its customers to purchase at least two hundred thousand dollar coverage in the event of any disaster or liability. “The best thing you can do for your business is to get a lot of coverage,” he said. The safety and security of your clients are obviously of utmost importance and you can be confident that proper coverage will always be provided by greenberger’s company.
You may have seen the news recently about a Public Storage lawsuit in which a big name corporate giant has been sued for stealing equipment from their employees. And you may be thinking to yourself, “Why me? Why now?” Well, it gets even worse. Because this isn’t just one lawsuit, this is one lawsuit and…
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