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How Does the Restatement of Torts Define a Possessor of Land?

As a personal injury victim that was hurt on someone else’s property, you are likely filled with an endless list of questions about making a claim and your rights to compensation. One of the most frequently asked questions about premise … Continue reading

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Were You Injured at a Store After Falling on Ice or Snow?

Premise liability is a staple principle of tort law. If you were recently shopping at a local store that did not take the proper precautions to protect its patrons from falling on snow and ice, or being involved in an … Continue reading

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Can a Property Owner Be Held Liable for Injuries to a Trespassing Child?

Children are filled with curiosity and liveliness, two highly influential factors to their growth and development. But sometimes curiosity and spirit can initiate boldness, which can get children into trouble; trouble, at the most unfortunate times, being injury or harm. … Continue reading

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