Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
When you're injured on someone else's property, the owner of that property may sometimes be held liable for your damages.
Generally, a legal doctrine known as premises liability makes the owner of property liable for damages caused by conditions on that property. But whether an injured person is able to recover for his or her injuries from a property owner depends on a number of different factors.
What should you know about suing for injuries on another person's property? Here are a few important considerations:
If you have suffered an injury on another person's property, a personal injury lawyer can help explain your legal options. Learn more about personal injury lawsuits at FindLaw's section on Accident and Injury Law.