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How Can Negligence Lead to a Premises Liability Case?

Property owners and operators have a duty of care to make sure that their premises are safe for all people at all times. It is important that property owners and operators uphold this duty so that people are not injured on their premises.

Holding a Property Owner Accountable for Negligence

A property owner or operator may be held liable for any injuries sustained on their premises as a result of their negligence. This means that if the owner knew or reasonably should have known about a dangerous condition and failed to take action to address it, they can be held liable for the injury caused.

The types of negligent conduct that might lead to liability in this situation include failing to properly maintain the premises, not providing adequate security against hazards or criminal activity, or leaving hazardous objects lying around.

In order for an injured party to win a lawsuit over negligent property management, they must prove that the owner was aware of the dangerous condition but failed to act in order to fix it. If successful, then the injured party may be able to collect damages from the property owner for their medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses related to the injury.

We Are Here to Help Victims Who Are Injured On Another's Premises

If you've sustained injuries on another's property as a result of negligence on behalf of the property owner or operator, you may be eligible for damages in a premises liability case. Don't hesitate to reach out to our skilled team of premises liability attorneys right away for assistance. We have helped many other people in similar situations, and we will do everything in our power to fight for your rights too.

Contact Christie Farrell Lee & Bell today with the details of your case by calling (317) 245-3709 or filling out our online contact form to learn more about how we can help.