Premises Liability is an area of law that governs the responsibility a property owner has for the proper safety expectations for the property under their control. A real property owner can be held responsible for accidents, injury and incidents that happen on the premises under their control. Premises liability issues have drastically improved over the years with smart reform and the introduction of stronger consumer protection measures. However, despite such significant improvements, there still remain many ever-present risks to those involved in premises liability lawsuits in the United States.
COMMON PREMISES LIABILITY LAWSUITS
- ANIMAL & DOG BITES
- SLIP & FALL ACCIDENTS
- DANGEROUS PROPERTY
- NEGLIGENT OR INADEQUATE SECURITY
- SWIMMING POOL INJURY
- INADEQUATE MAINTENANCE
- CHILDREN ON PROPERTY
- RETAIL STORE LIABILITY
- RESTAURANT LILABILITY
A property owner is responsible for ensuring that the premises under their control is reasonably safe for those who occupy their premises. This is true especially for commercial property, but also for personal property. A reasonably prudent property owner, must take necessary precautions to ensure the safety of others. They must ensure the safety of others by guaranteeing stable walking conditions, the absence of dangerous ledges or steps and the provisions for sufficient lighting. If the property owner has in any way negligently contributed to a dangerous premises liability circumstance they can be held responsible for the damages caused.
DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT PREMISES LIABILITY?
At Fulmer Sill, we are proud to deliver high-quality assistance to all of our clients. Should you choose to seek our legal representation, we are confident that our experience and knowledge will produce a favorable outcome for you. If you or a loved one have been affected by premises liability, we encourage you to consult with our team as soon as possible. All initial consultations are free, and we don’t charge any up-front fees for representation. Fulmer Sill handles all fees on a contingency basis, meaning that unless we’re successful, you don’t have to pay us. Please contact us at (405)510.0077 for a free consultation.