Slip and fall injuries are the most common premises liability claims. However, premises liability is not limited to slip and fall lawsuits. Premises liability law involves any type of injury sustained on another person’s property. Premises liability claims may arise out of an incident occurring at the mall, in a parking lot, grocery store, at school, or any number of locations.
Premises liability injuries include:
- Bone breaks or fractures
- Elevator injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Head injuries
- Assault (both physical and sexual)
If you or a loved one sustained an injury while on another person’s property, you should contact an experienced premises liability attorney in your area to evaluate your claim.
Another type of premises liability claim is known as a “nuisance claim”. Hog Farm Odor lawsuits are one type of nuisance claim.
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