Articles

What are the common examples of Premises Liability?

by Amelie Richards Blogging

It is imperative to understand that most personal injury cases result from negligence, and a premises liability case is one of them. When filing a premises liability case, you need to understand the significance of proving the property owner's negligence. The victim or the injured person needs to prove this beyond doubt, backed with necessary documents and evidence. If it is proved that the property owner did not keep his property maintained, which resulted in an accident, it can prove a strong case of premises liability. Here, it is imperative to understand that not all injuries may be due to the property owner's negligence. Let us understand common examples of premises liability cases. 

Some of the personal injury cases fall under the gambit of premises liability. These are snow and ice accidents, slip and fall cases, defective conditions of premises, inadequate maintenance of premises, dog bites, escalator and elevator accidents, inadequate security of the building leading to assault or injury, fires, amusement park accidents, swimming pool accidents, chemicals or toxic fumes, and fires. 

Thus, premises liability cases can encompass a variety of scenarios. Let us look at some common scenarios and how Miami premises liability attorneys can help file a compensation claim. 

Premises Liability Cases- A Few Examples

  1. Slip and Fall Cases- It is one of the major examples of premises liability cases. It happens when a person trips or slips and falls on the property of someone else. When these cases occur, some common reasons are wet floors, accumulation of snow and ice, defective staircases, oily floors, unsecured carpets or rugs, hidden extension cords, thresholds, broken stairs, steps, sidewalks, floors, etc. 

  2. Swimming Pool Accidents- Often, we hear about swimming pool incidents resulting in fatal accidents. Sometimes, there are incidents involving little kids falling in danger because of the unsecured and unsupervised pool. As a result, many states have passed ordinances, making it mandatory for the swimming pools to have a locked door and fence around them. In case the swimming pool fence door is left unguarded and open, and some mishap occurs, it may lead to a premises liability case. 

  3. Inadequate Building Security- Another example of a premises liability case is harm coming to a visitor due to inadequate building security. Such cases often occur in offices or apartment buildings. The owner of such properties must secure access to the building. For this reason, there are security guards and doormen on the main gates and various areas of the buildings to ensure restricted access. Various vantage points of the building are secured and supervised so that instances of break-ins, etc., are down to a minimum. Failing to do so may expose the residents and visitors to grave danger. If any untoward situation occurs due to lax security, it can show the building owner's negligence. It gives grounds for a premises liability case. Hiring a Miami premises liability attorney can result in claiming heavy compensation from the owner.

All these and more examples help in understanding the basis of premises liability cases.



Sponsor Ads


About Amelie Richards Freshman   Blogging

4 connections, 0 recommendations, 43 honor points.
Joined APSense since, March 22nd, 2021, From West Chester, United States.

Created on Mar 22nd 2021 04:44. Viewed 85 times.

Comments

No comment, be the first to comment.
Please sign in before you comment.