Torts — Premises liability — New trial — Comments in closing argument attacking plaintiff and plaintiff’s attorney by alleging that plaintiff participated in fraud and collusion evidenced by her employment with personal injury law firm that represented her — Trial court abused its discretion in ordering a new trial based on unobjected-to comments in closing argument without considering full four-part test set forth in supreme court’s opinion in Murphy v. International Robotic Systems — Even if trial court properly applied Murphy, record reflects that comments made during closing argument did not rise to fundamental error that would require new trial
44 Fla. L. Weekly D1026a
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