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Premises Liability

What Is Premises Liability Law?

When you visit someone’s home or business, they’re responsible for ensuring a duty of care toward you. This simply means that they have to maintain safe property conditions to keep you safe. If they fail this duty and you get hurt in the process, you could have grounds to file a lawsuit. A personal injury lawsuit like this falls under the scope of premises liability law. After an injury on someone else’s property, you may wonder what pre... Read More

Is Your Landlord Responsible if You Get Hurt?

If you get hurt due to a dangerous condition on the property you rent, you can hold your landlord responsible for paying your losses. The degree of the landlord's liability depends on the terms of your lease, the location of your property, where on the property the injury happened, and the nature of the hazard that caused it. Here's an overview of the legal concepts and practical considerations surrounding a landlord's liability for a tenant'... Read More

What are the Types of Premises Liability Accidents?

When property owners fail to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe manner, various types of accidents including slips and falls may occur. Suppose you suffered injuries in a premises accident that resulted from a property owner's negligence. In that case, you can take legal action by filing a personal injury claim with the property owner's insurance company. You can also file a lawsuit if the insurance company does not compensate you fa... Read More

Who Is Liable in a Slip and Fall Accident?

When premises owners fail to take care of their properties responsibly, serious accidents may occur, including slip and falls. In that situation, you may hold the negligent property owner, through their insurance company, liable for paying the accident victim's related medical expenses and other monetary damages. You may have legal options if you recently suffered injuries in a slip and fall accident on someone else's premises. A skilled sl... Read More

What Is Dram Shop Liability?

When bars, restaurants, and other commercial establishments serve alcohol to an already visibly intoxicated person, they may share in the liability if that person later causes a car crash or other accident. Under California's Dram Shop Act, injured drivers can hold commercial establishments responsible for these accidents. In addition to filing a personal injury claim or a lawsuit against the commercial establishment, an injured car acciden... Read More