Injury on the property of another comes in many forms. From tripping hazards such as poorly maintained pavement or stairs, inadequate lighting, to chairs collapsing or a failure to properly inspect and maintain floors, stairs, elevators, elevators, or automatic closing doors, resulting injury is common. Frequently, aside from the initial pain, the victim’s first reaction is embarrassment. Closer examination often reveals that the accident was caused by negligent conduct of another. However, just because the incident occurred on the property of another does not automatically make them responsible for the damages caused. Proof must exist that they should be held accountable.  
Premises cases are usually fought on two battlefields, the primary field being liability i.e. the claim that the accident was the victim’s own fault. The other consideration is the extent of injury. A solid case will have clear responsibility for the injury vested in property owner, and incontrovertible serious injury to the victim. An experienced attorney can provide advice on the facts, circumstances, and potential outcome of any individual case.  

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