Posts tagged "Premises Liability"

Can I make a liability claim after an injury near a warning sign?

Warning signs are commonly put in place on public or private premises to alert visitors of a possible health and safety risk. They may be placed outside of construction sites or when temporary hazards like wet floors are present.

How can I show that a premises was dangerous?

If you have been injured on a private premises, whether it is a friend's home or a shopping mall, to make a successful claim for damages you will need to show that the property had dangerous conditions that led to your injuries. This sounds simple, but it can sometimes be challenging to show a clear link between unsafe conditions and the cause of your accident.

Could a bar be liable for the fight that injured you?

If you were in a bar and were assaulted or attacked, this can have serious implications for your future. You likely have physical injuries and need to pay for medical services, and you may also be unable to work for a significant amount of time. You will also have endured pain and suffering through no fault of your own.

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