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Unformatted text preview: or rev. denied, 467 So. 2d 999 (Fla. 1985). Additionally, to impose
liability upon Godfather's for furnishing alcoholic beverages to an adult would be in
contravention of Florida's long-standing policy of non-liability.
Finally, the plaintiffs contend that the trial court erred in dismissing their count for
punitive damages and their counts for the parents' loss of services. We disagree. Both
punitive damages and damages [**9] for the parents' loss of services are types of
damages. In the instant case, no counts are remaining as a result of the summary
judgment and dismissals, and thus, damages are not recoverable.
AFFIRMED. 31 Case # 8 TALLAHASSEE FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. v.
TALLAHASSEE FURNITURE COMPANY, INC., a Florida corporation, Appellant, v.
ELIZABETH HOLLAND HARRISON, Appellee
Case No. 89-2163
COURT OF APPEAL OF FLORIDA, FIRST DISTRICT
583 So. 2d 744; 1991 Fla. App. LEXIS 7598; 16 Fla. Law W. D 1993
July 31, 1991, Filed
SUBSEQUENT HISTORY: [**1] Petition for Review Denied February 4, 1992,
Reported at 1992 Fla. LEXIS 152. Released for Publication August 30, 1991. As
Corrected August 1, 1991. Rehearing Denied August 30, 1991.
An Appeal from the Circuit Court for Leon County. Charles McClure, Judge.
DISPOSITION: The judgment appealed is Affirmed.
COUNSEL: Robert Scott Cox of Messer, Vickers, Caparello, French & Madsen, P.A.,
Tallahassee, and David H. Burns of Huey, Guilday, Kuersteiner & Tucker, P.A.,
Tallahassee, for Appellant.
W. Dexter Douglass and John C. Cooper of Douglass, Cooper, Coppins & Powell,
Tallahassee, for Appellee. Richard M. Davis, Senior Vice President and General Counsel
of Associated Industries, Inc., Tallahassee, for Amici Curiae/Associated Industries of
Florida, Inc., Florida Chamber of Commerce, Inc., Florida Retail Federation, Inc., Florida
Association of Insurance Agents, Inc., National Federation of Independent Business, Inc.,
and Florida Movers & Warehousemen's Association, Inc.
JUDGES: Smith, J. A...
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