Premise liability cases really involve, most times, instances where you’ve been injured on someone else’s property.
What do I need to prove a premise liability case?
Those types of cases oftentimes require that you prove that the owner knew or should have known of the defect on the property.
What are examples of premise liability?
Premise liability cases can also involve poor lighting, inadequate security, or even uneven sidewalks.
What is the most common premise liability case?
Slip and falls are probably the most common type of injuries or premise liability cases that there is.
A lot of times, those cases involved, you may have something in which you may have slipped on and that the owner knew or should have known that it was there and they failed to put up any signs to protect or warn you.
What is negligent security?
Premise liability can also include negligent security and that can be something from severe as a rape or other physical attack on the owner’s property or even maybe a shooting on the owner’s property.
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