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    What is Premises Liability?

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    What is Premises Liability?

    Premises liability pertains to injuries suffered due to negligence by property owners. A premises liability lawsuit holds a property owner responsible for damages caused by an injury on their property. Examples of situations that may give rise to premises liability lawsuits are:

    • Broken staircases
    • Children on property
    • Cluttered walking paths
    • Damaged thresholds
    • Dangerous property
    • Elevator and escalator accidents
    • Ice and snow accumulation
    • Inadequate maintenance
    • Injury in a swimming pool
    • Negligent or inadequate security
    • Restaurant liability
    • Sinkholes
    • Slip and fall accidents
    • Store liability
    • Tripping hazards like unsecured floorboards, carpets, stairs, or steps
    • Unmarked wet floors

    If you’ve been injured on someone else’s property, call us at (312) 899-9090. The attorneys at Clifford Law Offices have experience handling civil claims.