Premises liability refers to accidents that happen to guests, invitees, or trespassers on another’s property. These occur among other reasons when someone slips, trips or falls as a result of a dangerous or hazardous condition on someone else’s property.
Common instances of premises liability include: falls as a result of water, ice, or snow; falls due to abrupt changes in flooring, lighting or hidden hazards such as gaps or holes in the ground; injuries to persons from the overserving of alcohol to another at a liquor serving establishment; and injuries due to poor building construction.
Brian J. McManus & Associates handles lawsuits against all premises owners, including, but not limited to, residential and commercial property owners, landlords, and liquor serving establishments.
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