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Premises liability is a wide-ranging legal concept that describes accidents that occur on other people’s property due to the owner’s negligence. These claims happen every day and can occur in just about any location. These lawsuits have traditionally involved "slip and fall" accidents but can also include many other things, such as construction accidents, dog bite cases, amusement-park accidents, elevator and escalator accidents, and many other potentially injurious situations.
Determining fault can come down to interpretations of what exactly comprises an unsafe condition, “reasonable care,” and who is ultimately responsible for the injury. Reasonable care may mean fixing or warning visitors about dangers such as wet floors, icy steps, uneven floors or decrepit stairways.
If you have reason to believe a negligence property owner contributed to your injury, then speaking to a premises liability lawyer should be a priority. We will investigate whether there has been a history of similar accidents that have occurred on the premises and whether the property owner could have done anything to prevent an accident and work to establish a link between your injuries and the negligent conditions that caused them.