Tag: "Premises Liability"

How to Stop a Dog from Attacking

How to Effectively Stop a Dog from Attacking

| June 23, 2017 | Comments (0)

It’s important to be aware of the ways in which you can help prevent a dog from attacking, or stop a dog attack that’s already in progress—especially if you have young children. A total of 4.7 million Americans are attacked or mauled by dogs every year. Approximately 800,000 of those require medical attention, while 386,000 required […]

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Personal Injury Assumption of Risk

Assumption of Risk in a Personal Injury Case

| November 18, 2016 | Comments (0)

Some activities are inherently dangerous, and most of us know this on some level before even performing them. A good example here would have to be bungee jumping or sky jumping.  If you’re going to perform these activities under the supervision of professionals, you’ll most likely be asked to sign a waiver which essentially lets […]

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Slip and Fall Liability

Why is The Store Responsible For a Slip & Fall Accident?

| October 21, 2014 | Comments (0)

According to U.S. law, invitees (think customers) are owed a level of responsibility by the business when it comes to ensuring that the premises are not hazardous. The business benefits from having customers on their property, and because of this, they have a duty to keep that person safe from preventable injuries caused by premises […]

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