Premises Liability

In situations where an unreasonably dangerous premises exists, and that danger is unknown to someone entering the area, the owner of the land may be held liable for not making the area safe or for not warning of the danger. Many times, there may a pattern of criminal activity that the landowner wishes to remain quiet about for fear of scaring off potential customers. The maintenance of steps and handrails is a duty that landowners have to anyone who is not trespassing. Covered-over holes in yards, even on rooftops, pose dangers to workers who may be called to a home for simple yard work or home repair.


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