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Property owners and managers are responsible for providing a safe environment to their visitors, customers, and tenants upon entering their property. Unfortunately, there are many occasions where a property owner neglects to repair or fix a hazard that is present on the premises, resulting in serious injury or even death.
Common premises liability cases include:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Negligent security
- Poor lighting
- Uneven floors
- Swimming pool accidents
- Fires and explosions
If you have suffered a significant injury due to an unsafe condition on someone else’s property, it is important to seek legal representation from a skilled lawyer. At the Law Office of Robert B. Dunlap, our Shreveport premises liability attorney has helped a countless number of clients recover their entitled compensation for over 30 years and he is confident he can do the same for you.
Grounds for Premises Liability
Premises liability it a complicated area of personal injury law that holds property owners responsible for specific injuries suffered on the premises. It is their duty to exercise care and to warn people of any hazards that could result in harm. Premises liability applies to homeowners, businesses, and owners of vacant lots.
In order to be successful in a premises liability case, the plaintiff must demonstrate the following:
- The property owner or manager created the condition
- The property owner or manager knew or should have known the condition existed
- The property owner or manager failed to fix the condition or provide ample warning to others
- As a result, the plaintiff suffered an injury
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Our Shreveport injury attorney has a comprehensive understanding of Louisiana property laws to guide you through every step of the complex legal process. He can investigate your claim and gather evidence necessary to build a relentless and customized legal strategy to recover your compensation either inside the courtroom or outside of it.