A negligent property owner may create a premises liability
Property owners are responsible for making sure their
premises are reasonably safe for others, including visitors to a home, citizens walking along a city trail or sidewalk or
customers of a business. Property owners can be held responsible if another person is injured on the premises.
The legal term for these cases is premises liability.
Common examples of such accidents include tripping on
an uneven sidewalk, slipping on a wet floor at a mall, or falling down crumbling steps. These cases are generally known
as slip and falls.
may be entitled to compensation if you slip and fall on someone else's property because of someone else's negligence.
The attorneys at our firm fight to see that our clients get the maximum compensation they deserve.