Slip, Trip, and Fall

Slip, Trip, and Fall

Suffering from an injury is painful enough, but when the fault may not be yours, only makes the injury that much worse. If you have been injured on someone else’s property because of unsafe conditions you may be able to receive compensation to assist you.

The second you are allowed onto someone’s property whether it be a facility, business, or their home, the owner is signifying that the conditions on the premise are safe and if they are not then you should have been properly warned. If the property owner fails to clearly point all hazards, then the damages which you suffered may be on the fault of their negligence to mention the hazard and maintain the premises.

Invitees, Licensees, and Trespassers

These are the different persons whom you would be considered on someone else’s property:

Invitees are someone who is invited to the premises to conduct some sort of business with the land owner. The most common example for this are shoppers inside of a store.

Licensees are those who are on the premises even though it may not be open to the public. The most common form of licensees are guests to the premises.

Trespassers are those who are neither invited nor allowed on the property. More times than not trespassers do not have much leeway in premises liability.

If you were recently injured on someone else’s property and believe you are not at fault contact our office for a free consultation regarding your claim. At the Law Office of Scott Blumen we are dedicated to helping our clients resolve their matters effectively and in a timely manner. Contact our office today for a free consultation to see if our office is able to help you (619) 293-4694.

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