Category: Premises Liability

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 […]