April 2015 Archives

Understanding Premises Liability: Injury at an Outdoor

premises-liability-concerts.jpgSummer is a time for festivals, concerts and all types of outdoor gatherings. There's nothing like the feeling of being surrounded by thousands of people listening to your favourite band playing live. Festivals and concerts are filled with fun, good times and great music. Unfortunately, there is a dark side to festivals and concerts; they tend to be overcrowded, under-staffed and over-priced. Whoever puts on the event is liable for the safety of each and every person inside those gates. They have great responsibility; premises liability is no laughing matter. If you or someone you know has been injured at a concert you can arrange a free lawyer consultation. Contact a lawyer that specializes in premises liability injuries. 

Is Your Landlord Liable for Slips, Trips, and Falls?

slips-trips-falls.jpgSlips, trips, and falls can happen anywhere, to anyone. To many they're little more than simple accidents. But sometimes, these "accidents" are entirely preventable. Very often, properties that aren't properly maintained will have hazards around them that can result in some serious slips, trips, and falls resulting in serious bodily harm. In these cases, it's best to contact a personal injury attorney to look into if the landlord of that property is liable. A personal injury attorney will help victims of slips, trips, and falls determine whether they're entitled to any compensation as a result of the incident. If you're wondering whether you should contact a personal injury lawyer, here are the main circumstances where a landlord might be liable for slips, trips and falls: 

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