Premises Liability is the area of personal injury law that governs injuries sustained on the property of another. Premises liability laws state that property owners are responsible for maintaining a safe premises at all times, and for making sure any defect or danger on the property is taken care of in a prompt fashion. When a property owner fails to notify guests or patrons about a dangerous or defective condition on the property, or fails to fix the problem quickly, they can be held liable in a premises liability lawsuit.
There are numerous types of premises liability claims. Some of the more common types of claims include:
These are just some of the accidents and injuries that fall under premises liability law. If you are interested in learning whether or not you have a valid premises liability lawsuit, contact Lanier Law Group, P.A. today to speak with a North Carolina personal injury attorney about your legal rights and options!
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