Premises liability law holds property owners responsible for injuries occurring on their property under certain conditions. In short, the injury must have been caused by a dangerous condition existing on the property (or, less commonly, by a dangerous activity that occurs on the property), and the landowner either must know or should have known about the hazard.
Slip and falls or trip and falls are one type of premises liability case. Common slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall injuries include concussions, broken wrists or arms, dislocated shoulders, twisted or torn knee ligaments, broken hips, and tailbone fractures. If you were injured in this manner, you should contact Car Accident Referral Services for a free consultation to discuss the merits of your case.