Premise Liability / Slip and fall
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In your slip and fall case, your attorney will have to prove that your accident was caused by a “dangerous condition” on the property and that the owner knew about the dangerous condition. A dangerous condition must present an unreasonable risk of harm to those on the property and must be a condition that a reasonable person would not have anticipated. (The latter requirement implies that people must take note of and avoid obvious hazards.)
To prove that the property owner knew of the dangerous condition, your attorney will have to show the following:
The property owner created the dangerous condition
The property owner knew of the condition and was negligent in failing to correct it or
The condition existed for a long enough period of time that a reasonable property owner should have discovered and corrected it before your accident