Premises liability is a broad area of personal injury law. It covers many different situations and circumstances in which
a person(s) can be injured, or the injuries result in death. The law regarding these claims is constantly changing and can be very confusing and complicated to determine where the responsibility and liability for the injuries lie, so it is imperative you contact an attorney as soon as possible after the incident to examine the facts and help determine if a case can be made.
“Premises Liability” refers to the ability to hold owners and occupiers of property legally responsible for accidents and injuries that occur on that property. A property owner or occupier must take reasonable steps to make sure that their property is safe and/or in some cases, the property owner or occupier must warn people on their property of any dangerous conditions. Owners and occupiers of land, such as business owners, landlords, and tenants have a legal duty to maintain their property in a condition that is safe for others. If it is provable that the property owner or occupier’s failure to take reasonable steps to provide a safe property results in an injury, then the injured person
may be able to recover monetary damages from the negligent owner or occupier.
There are certain situations that arise when the negligence of a property owner or occupier results in serious or catastrophic injury.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN INJURED DUE TO THE NEGLIGENCE OF
A PROPERTY OWNER OR PROPERTY DEFECT, CALL J.A. DAVIS TODAY!
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