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Premises Liability

Premises liability law makes a landowner or homeowner liable for certain injuries that people sustain and suffer while on their property. Certain duties flow to a landowner or homeowner. Paramount within these duties on the part of the property owner is to make sure that the land or home is safe from unreasonably dangerous conditions. A property owner may be subject to liability for several types of injuries which include but are not limited to the following:

  • Dog bites
  • Slip-and-fall injuries
  • Being injured by store merchandise
  • Injuries caused by independent contractors hired by the landowner or homeowner, or employees or equipment
  • Injuries caused by inadequate security on the premises
  • Injuries caused by unsafe conditions on the premises

In past cases, we have uncovered instances in which property owners have concealed notice and knowledge of dangerous conditions or failed to warn others of dangerous conditions. The property owner may be liable for the pain and suffering, lost earnings, and medical expenses of the injured individual.

Reddick Law has developed a successful record representing individuals and their families in premises liability cases. Our attorneys have skilled investigators and experts to help reconstruct, analyze and ultimately prove that the property was kept in an unreasonably dangerous condition or that the owner had knowledge or notice of a dangerous condition.  

Reddick Law has handled premises liability cases for victims and their families nationwide in states like Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Texas. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury at a business establishment or any property owned by another, please contact Reddick Law at 877-930-2080 or fill out our free consultation form. Our case results speak for themselves.