Slip & fall involves the duties of landowners to
patrons. It is called the law of premises liability. An owner of
property must keep his property in a reasonably safe condition.
if you slip & fall while on his premise, he may have breached his
duty to provide youwith a reasonably premises. If such negligence
caused you to be injured, you may be entitled to monetary damages.
The first question is whether
the dangerous condition was caused by the landloed, or did it exist
for a long enough period for him to see it and remedy it. In addition
to slip & falls, there are many other types of injuries that may
be sustained on another's property that are compensible.
We handled a case for our client Steve G. who fell
at work. Because he was working off site we were able to avoid the
Workers Compensation statute limitations and suit in tort. We recovered
One Million Doallrs for his injuries. Please see our Verdicts page.
In Massachusetts the owner of
property owes all patrons a duty of reasonable care.
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premises liability by property owners .