Premises Injuries - The Basics

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In a typical fall case, the defendant premises owner will always dispute fault. To successfully pursue a premises injury case the injured person should have a “hard” injury so as to make the question of whether or not there was any injury a non-issue. In a premises case, however, liability will be vigorously disputed. Ane must to avoid the situation where liability is proved, but the trier of fact decides there is not a significant injury and thus the person, who was injured through no fault of their own, does not receive fair compensation for their losss.

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