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January 26, 2013

Premise Liability

These include: ▪ Slips and falls ▪ Blocked aisles in a retail store ▪ Dog bites ▪ Fires caused by space heaters ▪ Inadequate lighting ▪ Inadequate security premises ▪ Loose stones or boards in a walkway ▪ Parking lot ▪ Falling on a slippery floor or surface Who is responsible for an injury resulting from a slip and fall accident? Sometimes the property owner is responsible for the accident, and sometimes he or she is not. When considering a premises liability claim such as a slip and falls accident, we can help you understand the law. There are many factors to consider, such as previous complaints about an existing hazard, determining negligence of a business or property owner, and determining negligence, if any, of the individual injured.




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