Premises liability is the legal theory stating that if you are injured on public or private property due to the negligence of the property owner, you can sue to recover damages for your injuries.
Perhaps the most common injury that falls under premises liability is a slip and fall accident. If a property owner fails to take necessary precautions to either warn you of a hazard, or fails to fix the known hazard, and you fall and break your leg, the owner could be liable for your injury and you may seek damages.
If someone owns a piece of property, no matter what type, they have a duty to keep visitors free from harm that they could sustain when visiting the property. While a property owner is not necessarily liable for every injury that occurs on their land, they are liable for injuries that were caused when they breach a duty owed to a particular visitor. The extent of the duty owed by a property owner is determined by the reason that the visitor came to the property.
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