A premises liability case mainly involves slip and fall accidents, right?
No. A premises liability case do not solely involve trip, slip and fall situations. A premises liability case can involve many other situations. Other events that can be included in a premises liability case include: faulty smoke detector: poor quality of fencing or no fencing used to protect from hazardous areas; defective railings; criminal conduct on the property; and electrocutions or burns.
Other Premises Liability FAQs:
- A premises liability case mainly involves slip and fall accidents, right?
- Does a premises liability claim only deal with someone tripping, slipping and falling?
- I slipped and fell at the store. Why do I need a lawyer?
- I slipped on the stairs of my co-worker’s house and hit my head. The doctor says I have a concussion and need to stay in hospital for a while. Can I recover compensation for my injuries?
- If I slip in a puddle of liquid in a store, or other location, would that be considered a premises liability claim?
- What do I need to prove to be successful in a premises liability claim?
- Who is typically held responsible for a premises liability claim?