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Premises Liability - Property & Business Owner Liability

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In Missouri and Illinois, and most other states, commercial and residential property owners owe a duty to make their property safe from defects and commercial property owners have the additional duty to inspect their property on a regular basis to make sure there are no dangerous conditions which can hurt business customers.

If a visitor or tenant living on another person’s property is injured, the owner of the property may be legally responsible if it was the owner’s negligence that caused the injury.

Common premise liability Injuries include those from:

  • Water on the floor;
  • Unmarked or hidden hazards;
  • Unleveled or uneven sidewalks;
  • Concealed or hidden defects;
  • Exposure to toxic or hazardous substances.
  • Defective escalators, elevators, and other equipment.

The injured party must prove that the property owner failed to maintain the property or created an unsafe condition that caused the injury. You need a personal injury lawyer that understand the legal issues that are important to particular property owner liability cases.

If you, a friend, or relative has been injured, contact us online or call us at (314) 266-8323 to set up a FREE consultation with personal injury attorney Benjamin Sansone to discuss your case.

Sansone & Lauber

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St Louis, MO 63105‎
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