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The matter of premises liability responsibility might seem to be obvious, but there are a lot of complexities that can be very confusing. If you are involved in a premises liability dispute, it is vital to get the help of a lawyer who is experienced in this area of the law.
The Legal Theory of Premises Liability Responsibility
In the eyes of the law, the owner or any residents living on a property can be held liable for any accidents that result in injuries. There are many different types of accidents that can take place on private and public property, ranging from relatively minor incidents such as a slip-and-fall to something major like a ride malfunction at an amusement park.
Basically, when someone enters your yard or a store you might own, he or she should be able to reasonably expect not to be hurt. Whether you own the property or you are a non-owner resident, you are responsible for maintaining an environment that could be regarded as “relatively safe.” If, for example, a mail delivery person is walking up your driveway and trips over one of your child’s toys, you could be sued for any injuries he or she suffers. However, if that delivery person acted in a way that could be viewed as unsafe, then you might not face liability.
Talk to an Attorney Experienced in Premises Liability Responsibility
A case involving premises liability responsibility can be very complex. If you ever find yourself involved in this type of dispute, you will need to speak with an experienced attorney as soon as you can. KBG Injury Law attorneys are extremely familiar with premises liability cases and can work to make sure your rights are protected at all times. Please contact us online or call 717-848-3838 to schedule a consultation.