Wrongful death — Duty of care — Decedent, a guest at resort, who was transported by resort employee in a golf cart to the edge of highway and was killed while walking across highway to a grocery store after exiting golf cart — Trial court properly entered summary judgment for defendant resort on basis that defendant did not create a foreseeable zone of risk by dropping off decedent on side of highway, and owed decedent no duty of care with respect to potential danger of crossing highway — Once decedent disembarked from golf cart, defendant owed no further duty of care to him — Trial court did not abuse discretion by striking expert’s affidavit in opposition to motion for summary judgment where affidavit contained expert’s own legal opinion regarding duty of care owed to decedent
45 Fla. L. Weekly D1809b
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