Premise liability refers to a property owner’s liability for personal injuries occurring on or around his property. These claims usually involve personal injuries resulting from property defects or dangerous conditions. The most common type of premise liability claims arise out of slip and fall / trip and fall accidents.
Although a slip and fall / trip and fall may seem insignificant, the resulting personal injuries can be devastating and have life-changing ramifications on the injured person. The personal injuries sustained by a victim can range from the minor to the catastrophic. A personal injury claimant should well document their injuries and the defective condition on the property. For example, a personal injury claimant should take pictures of the dangerous condition that caused the accident. Without proof of the existence of the unreasonably dangerous condition / property defect, you will face an uphill battle.
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