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Premises Liability

Have You Been Injured On Someone Else’s Property? If So, You May Have a Premises Liability Case.

Landowners, landlords, and operators have a duty to maintain and keep their property in a reasonably safe condition to avoid injuring those who are on the property. In order to be liable under the premises liability, the owner or occupier of the land must have notice of the dangerous condition.

Under tort law, common premises liability cases include:

  • Slip and falls such as in grocery stores and broken city sidewalks
  • Injuries on amusement park rides
  • Injuries caused by negligent landlords including mold and asbestos cases
  • Dog bites
  • Children injured by the negligence of a property owner
  • Elevator malfunctions
  • Faulty stairs or escalators

If you or a loved one has been victimized by a hospital or medical professional do not hesitate: Call the Flanagan Injury Law Group now at 773-789-8LAW (8529). The consultation is free and we are available 24 hours a day/7 days per week.

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