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What Are Owners Liable for in a Slip & Fall Accident on Their Property?

Posted on June 15, 2022 Slip & Fall
When a person legally visits another person’s property, the visitor has a reasonable expectation to visit without fear of injuries. Property owners have a legal duty to ensure their properties do not pose any risks of injury to lawful visitors. They must take appropriate steps to address and correct known safety issues or at...
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What Are Long-Term Injuries From a Slip and Fall Accident?

Posted on June 14, 2022 Slip & Fall
Slip and fall accidents do not only cause minor bumps and bruises. According to statistics from the National Floor Safety Institute, slip and fall accidents account for over one million emergency room visits per year. A victim may end up in the emergency room after a fall for a serious injury such as a...
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Who is Liable for Public Pool Slip and Falls?

Posted on June 7, 2022 Slip & Fall
During the summer months, frequenting public pools to cool off is a tradition for many families across the country. Especially in extremely hot states like Texas, public pools can be a godsend for individuals that don’t have pools of their own. However fun they might be, congested public locations can pose safety risks, especially...
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Who’s Liable for Falling on an Uneven Sidewalk or Street?

Posted on October 5, 2021 Slip & Fall
A slip or trip and fall accident can cause serious injuries, including broken bones and concussions. If you get injured after falling on an uneven sidewalk or street, you may be able to bring a claim for financial compensation for your injuries and related bills. The party that is liable, or financially responsible, for...
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How to Prove Negligence in a Slip and Fall Case in Dallas

Posted on October 1, 2021 Slip & Fall
If you get injured in a slip and fall accident in Dallas, you may be entitled to financial compensation from the property owner or another party. Before you can recover compensation for your medical bills and other losses, however, you or your attorney must prove negligence. This legal requirement asks for evidence proving that...
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