Wrongful death — Hotels — Swimming pool — Failure to post lifeguard — Trial court correctly concluded that Florida law does not impose a legal duty on the owner or operator of a private hotel swimming pool to provide a lifeguard for the protection of its guests — Although statutes and administrative rules impose legal requirements for professional lifeguards if hired to supervise a private hotel swimming pool, they do not specify that a private hotel must hire such a lifeguard
44 Fla. L. Weekly D3005a
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