Can you file a lawsuit if you’re hit by a foul ball? Let’s take a look at the recent Mills v. Durham Baseball Club lawsuit in North Carolina.
Who’s liable when someone’s injured in an Airbnb? Is the homeowner liable or Airbnb? Will insurance cover the damages? What else do I need to know?
Sidewalk slip and fall accidents aren’t uncommon, and they can be a big problem for the injured person and for the property owner. Here’s what to do in either situation.
A common misconception about slip-and-fall accidents is that if someone falls while they’re on another’s property, they automatically have the right to sue. In reality, a person who sues another […]
According to the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) slip and falls account for over 1 million hospital emergency room visits every year. Nevertheless, only a small percentage of those injured […]
This guest blog is brought to you by Eric Lupton, the President of Life Saver Pool Fence Systems and an industry expert on pool safety. Thanks for the great information, […]
Answer: A landlord has responsibilities to those who come onto his or her property. This includes keeping the property in sound physical condition, which means maintaining walkways, stairways, bricks, etc.; […]
As a tenant in an apartment building or rental home, you may not realize that your lease also guarantees you the right to expect a certain level of safety and […]
Most aspects of premises liability in Texas are the same as the rest of the United States. One very large, very recent change, however, has shaken up the landscape: the […]
Premises liability is a special form of negligence that holds landowners responsible for injuries to others on their property. Generally, only landowners are responsible for what happens on their property, […]