A slip and fall or trip and fall accident or other premises related incident can have life-altering consequences.
Yet, it is often only after a victim comes forward and begins to question how they fell or tripped, or how a violent incident came about that we find out that a property owner knew of certain dangers, but did not take reasonable steps to warn or otherwise protect visitors, guests, or tenants.
A property owner may be liable for injuries resulting from improper or insufficient maintenance of the premises, including its failure to eliminate or adequately warn of physical hazards, failure to maintain surfaces, walkways, structures, and stairs, or failure to ensure adequate security.
A property owner may be liable when inadequate security leads to a person sustaining injuries due to foreseeable violent crimes, such as assaults, shootings, or other foreseeable violent attacks.
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