It’s likely to happen to you at some point in time no matter who you are — you’re walking along, minding your own business when you suddenly find yourself on the floor. You’ve slipped on a spill, tripped over bad concrete, or suffered another kind of fall. Maybe you were just being clumsy and there’s no real harm done. Perhaps, however, there was a dangerous situation you weren’t aware of, which should’ve been fixed, and you’ve suffered a serious injury as a result. If that’s the case, you deserve to be compensated by the person responsible. To collect, however, you’ll need to be able to demonstrate that they were liable. Learn the basics of how premises liability claims proceed, what you need to prove, and how a slip and fall lawyer can help you collect damages. Liability in Slip and Fall Accidents Slip and fall accidents, just like the vast majority of personal injury suits, fall under the basic concept of [...]
Keeping a safe environment, equipment and facilities is the responsibility of businesses, property owners and those who are in charge of managing properties, such as landlords. Premises liability laws apply to both public and private places so homeowners can be held liable for injuries that occur on their property. Shopping malls, restaurants, parks, and municipalities are other premises where physical injuries can result from a lack of care and proper precaution or maintenance of the property. Some of the most common injuries that can result in premises liability cases are slip and falls, structure collapses, explosions, drowning and other and water-related injuries. This area of the law is often misunderstood and to help both injured victims and property owners understand the basics, a Mobile personal injury attorney with Citrin law firm provides information on this legal topic. How Fault is Determined in Premises Liability Cases A key element of premises liability claims is who was at fault for the conditions that [...]
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