Category: Premises Liability

Crushed By Crowds; Concerts Can Be Dangerous

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Concerts are thrilling and exciting! The hype music, thousands of screaming fans, and being with friends make for a great time, though it’s important to remain vigilant. Steps are made at concerts to ensure the safety of the musicians, fans, and staff working the event, but one must recognize and understand the dangers that are […]

What is Premises Liability?

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When you are injured on someone else’s property or a commercial property, premises liability might be applicable. Premises liability describes a type of personal injury caused by the property owner’s negligence to keep the conditions of the property safe. Examples are a failure to fix a broken step or balcony railing or slippery floors in […]

How to Use Pictures as Evidence in Your Slip and Fall Case

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People say that a picture is worth a thousand words, which is especially true in a slip-and-fall case. While most personal injury cases can be decisive (ie, car accidents), it can be harder to prove that another’s negligence caused your slip-and-fall injuries. How do you prove that you wouldn’t have slipped on that spill if […]

The Three Worst Concert Disasters

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Surrounded by the heart-thumping music, the screams and cheers of adoring fans, and copious amounts of alcohol, concerts can be a wild time. Concerts also carry with them dangerous situations. For some unlucky concertgoers, the night of fun turned into one of terror when people got a bit too wild, and the consequences of their […]

What Is the Attractive Nuisance Doctrine?

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In a court of law, children are not deemed responsible for their own actions. Young children do not have the respect and caution for potentially dangerous or hazardous materials that older children and adults have. With this being said, it is everyone’s duty to protect young children from potentially hazardous situations that can be easily […]