Question: I Was Hurt On Another Person’s Property. Do I Have A Case Against The Property Owner For My Injuries?

Answer: Premises liability cases most often take the form of a slip and fall or trip and fall injury.  However, they would also include any other injuries which take place upon the property of another.  Being struck by a car driven by a valet attendant or having an item dropped on you at a store are also considered premises liability cases.  Premises liability cases are also determined by where they occur.  This could include a business such as a store, restaurant or casino and would also include the home of another person.