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Premises Liability Slip and Fall

What to Do if You Slip and Fall in a Woodland Hills Grocery Store

A slip and fall injury, or trip and fall, is a premises liability claim, a type of personal injury claim the injured person slips, trips, or falls as a result of a dangerous or hazardous condition on a third party’s property....more

Can a Real Estate Agent be Liable for Injuries at an Open House?

Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg is consulted more often than you might think by potential clients injured on the property of a home they were thinking about buying. It is a relatively common...more

An Overview of North Carolina Premises Liability Law

by Ward and Smith, P.A. on

Accidents happen. But how do you determine whether an injury on someone else's property is just an unavoidable accident or a potential legal liability? As in other areas of personal injury law, the analysis typically is based...more

What Must Be Proven in a California Slip and Fall Claim?

A slip and fall occurs when someone loses their balance because of a slick spot or because they tripped over something on the property. As a result, they are injured in some way. Slip and falls in San Fernando Valley can be...more

Theme Park Defense 10 Things to Know

by Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell on

Florida’s theme parks attract millions of visitors each year. Any business with that volume of visitors is certain to encounter litigation. Theme park litigation is unique because it incorporates many different types of...more

Seniors and Falls: A Growing, Preventable Problem

The No. 1 cause of injury to U.S. seniors are falls. They happen at unimaginable rates. A member of the elderly population receives treatment in an emergency room every 11 seconds because of a fall. Someone age 75 or older...more

Commonsense Tips for Documenting Reported Accidents

One of legendary coach John Wooden’s sayings goes, “If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?” While common-sense advice applies across the board, it is particularly applicable to proper...more

Kinast v. Target

Jefferson T. Collins Prevailed by Summary Judgment in a Premises Liability Negligence Matter - On behalf of his client, Target Corporation, Jefferson T. Collins, Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, prevailed by summary judgment...more

Plaintiff Tripped Up By Summary Judgment

by Collins & Lacy, P.C. on

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 8 million people were treated in U.S. emergency rooms in 2013 for slips, trips, and other accidental falls, making such accidents the leading cause of...more

How Do I Know if I Have a Premises Liability Claim?

Winter Weather and Premises Liability - Injuries that lead to premises liability lawsuits can happen during any month of the year, but the winter months tend to be particularly hazardous. For example, a recent report...more

Summary Judgment Granted in “Known Condition” Premises Case

by Collins & Lacy, P.C. on

Federal District Court in Columbia Holds No Duty to Warn of Rainy Conditions - Retailers and hospitality-related entities doing business in South Carolina should be encouraged by a recent premises liability decision...more

Florida’s Third DCA Limits Scope Of Discovery In Premises Liability Cases

by Carlton Fields on

In cases where a plaintiff is injured due to a slip and fall in a business establishment, the plaintiff may seek discovery related to other slip and falls that occurred on the same premises. Such requests are generally made...more

Florida Statute 768.0755: Changes to Premises Liability

Barbara Horn slipped and fell on the wet floors of a medical center in Lakeland. She suffered knee problems and underwent several surgical procedures, culminating in total knee replacements of both knees....more

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