A dangerous condition on property may lead to an injury. The dangerous condition may be the result of a natural condition of the property or an artificial one created on the property by the owner, lessor, or occupant. Liability for dangerous property is known as “premises liability.” The property may be a residential home, construction site, public area, commercial premises, or any other type of property. The dangerous condition is one that poses an unreasonable risk of harm to individuals that are on the premises, and may involve structural design flaws, unsafe conditions, environmental hazards, improper traffic patterns and a wide range of other issues.
The last thing you should worry about is being denied fair compensation to which you’re entitled for suffering and lost time. Each minute counts. Don’t give negligent parties an advantage while you deal with your injuries. If you’ve been injured, please understand you should immediately contact an experienced legal professional like Somera & Silva, LLP to begin preparing a case on your behalf.
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