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Commercial Premises Liability

Each year, unsafe conditions on commercial property leads to injury and death. Whether it’s faulty stairs, inadequate security, dangerous entryways, vicious dogs, sub-code construction or a failure to maintain the property, the occupier or owner of the property may be responsible for the harm they caused. The law governing premises liability can be complex and often requires retaining experts to establish fault. In each case, the plaintiff must show that the party being sued either owned or controlled the property, that the plaintiff was legally on the property, that a dangerous condition caused the injury, and that the defendant knew (or should have known) that the dangerous condition existed.

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