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Although Premises Liability can entail many situations, the most common accident is that of a slip and fall injury requiring a premises liability lawyer. This can occur when walks are not shoveled during the winter, when carpet is not installed correctly, etc.

Other types of premises liability include injuries from:

  • Toxic mold
  • Toxic chemicals
  • Lead poisoning
  • Defective, inadequate or inoperative lighting
  • Defective or improperly maintained equipment
  • Failure to warn regarding hazardous conditions
  • Failure to warn regarding guard dogs on the property
  • Dog attacks
  • Poorly maintained landscaping, overgrown underbrush, fallen trees
  • Slippery and wet conditions
  • Poorly maintained walkways (stairs, sidewalks)
  • Poorly maintained parking lots (pot holes, culverts, ditches)
  • And much more

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In some situations, a property may even be held liable for something done by a subcontractor. For example, if a cleaning crew polished the restroom floors too highly and an employee slips and falls sustaining injury a premises liability lawyer is needed for advocacy.

Property owners have a duty to provide safe and clean environments for those working and visiting their locations. Negligence leading to serious injury or death must be dealt with appropriately.


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