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Premises Liability Lawyer Ohio- Rappaport Law

Premises Liability Lawyer Ohio- Rappaport Law

Premises Liability Lawyer Ohio- Rappaport Law

Q. What is a premises liability lawsuit ?

A. A premises liability lawsuit, or a claim, usually arises because a property owner neglects to ensure the safety of their premises, and this resulted in the injury of a person. This can include any visitor to the premises.

Premise liability accidents can commonly take place at work, school, swimming pools, restaurants and even in someone’s own backyard.

What Are Some Types of Premises Liability Cases?

1.) Negligent Security

This happens generally if someone or entity had a duty to secure or protect you and failed to do so. For example if a housing project has a secure lock on its doors and only lets in residents, and it breaks and then subsequently a hoodlum enters and damages your property since the damages were caused by the failure to secure the property properly the landlord could be liable to pay all damages. Also if a place usually has a security guard but the guard fails to act to rescue you from damage and damage occurs that business can be liable for your damages.

2.) Pool Accidents

If your loved one was involved in a drowning at a public pool, then you may have a claim. In some cases, lifeguards are not attentive or are not trained sufficiently, the premises may not have been maintained or there may not have been adequate warning signs.

3.) Slip & Fall

Slip and falls are the utmost most frequent types of premises liability cases. In a basic slip and fall case, a guest or employee is injured due to the poorly kept property. For example, a construction worker who slips and falls off of scaffolding because their employer’s carelessness has a good slip and fall case.

4.) School Accidents

School workers, like teachers, proctors and even office staff, have a responsibility to care for their students. If a student is seriously injured or even abused on school premises, school staff and the institution are generally held liable.