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Premises Liability Cases

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Premises liability is a law that makes the person or possession of the premise responsible for any injuries that happen on his or her property.

A common premises liability case that often comes to mind is the one where someone slips on a wet floor, falls and breaks their leg. Then they sue the person or company for not having a caution sign in clear and visible site. While this is a good example of premises liability, it is not the only example.

If you or a family member has been injured, you can contact a personal injury attorney using the form on the right. A personal injury lawyer will review your potential premises liability claim – free of charge. With most all claims, time is critical. Contact a lawyer today for more information.