Landlords, property owners, and others who are in control of property have a responsibility to maintain the premises in a safe condition. That means they may be responsible if you are injured by a dangerous condition or their failure to… Read More
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First of all, we want to say how sorry we are to hear about your loss. A lawsuit for the early death of a family member caused by the negligence of another is called a wrongful death lawsuit. Legal jargon… Read More
Statistics from the National Fire Protection Association indicate that approximately 384,000 residential fires in the United States in 2010 caused 13,800 injuries and 2,665 deaths. While the deaths represent enormous—and potentially avoidable—tragedies, the nonfatal injuries also merit attention. In many… Read More
Any property owner has a duty to provide reasonably prudent care for the safety and well-being of people who are present on the premises. The law says that the obligation varies a bit depending on the nature of the relationship… Read More