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Premises Liability Archives

Water Safety Guide For Parents of Young Children

I have a healthy concern for children and water safety which comes from the perspective of both a mother and of a lawyer who has seen some of the worst that can happen. The Ultimate Guide to Swimming Safety For Kids is a good and thorough resource to familiarize yourself with, especially if you have young children.

Pursuing damages for injuries suffered on a business property

It is the general responsibility of business owners in North Carolina and across the country to protect their patrons and employees from dangerous conditions that could lead to accidents. Parties who are injured as a result of such accidents may want to know more about premises liability law, which is designed to protect unsuspecting individuals from known hazards.

Swimming misconceptions that could lead to drowning

When the summer months heat up, many North Carolina residents head to their backyard pool or local swimming pool to cool off. However, many people drown every single year. While many of these drownings are caused by medical episodes or carelessness, other accidents occur because of hazardous premises.

Disney employees report guests feeding gators at resort

Many North Carolina residents likely heard about the toddler who was dragged into a lagoon by an alligator and killed on June 14. One legal observer says that Walt Disney World may be liable for both negligent infliction of emotional distress and wrongful death and that the damages could run into the millions.

The challenges of a slip and fall accident case

Slip and fall accidents are not always easy to prove. In fact, thousands of people are injured each year, after falling on stairs, wet floors or other slippery surfaces, but they never receive the compensation they deserve. This article will discuss the factors that need to be present in order to prove liability in a slip and fall accident.

Who might be liable in collapse that injured 25 high schoolers?

Tragedy can strike in the blink of an eye. You hear that kind of statement all the time. For some reason, we never think the tragedy will happen within the range of our eyes, until it does. And then it can be hard to know what to think or what to do.

How do you prove negligence after a slip-and-fall?

A serious slip-and-fall can lead to severe injuries, which may then be followed by steep medical bills. For good reason, you may be considering a premises liability claim if you are in this situation now. Before you take the next step, though, it may be helpful to have a better idea of what it takes to prove that someone else's negligence caused your injuries.

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