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Ways to Strengthen Your Premises Liability Claim

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If you were hurt on another person’s property, and the injury happened due to negligence on the part of the property owner, compensation for medical bills and lost income may be possible. The first priority is to see a doctor and have your health assessed and begin a treatment plan when needed. Then, discuss… Read More »

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When Is a Landowner Responsible for Premise Liability?

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Premise liability is a legal concept. It is part of a personal injury claim when it refers to a property owner being negligent. It can also apply to an individual who was operating the property and is responsible for repairing defects that could cause harm. Sustained injuries in premise liability claims are usually slip… Read More »

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Who Is Liable When Injuries Happen at School?

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There are many types of school injuries. In some cases the school or individuals who work at the school could be liable. Particularly if actions could have helped a child to avoid illness or injury. There are even instances of wrongful death. Talk to a Baltimore personal injury lawyer about your unique situation. Types… Read More »

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Are Maryland Landlords or Tenants Responsible for Premises Liability Claims?

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Premises liability is a doctrine that exists within the boundaries of personal injury law in Maryland. This doctrine addresses the legal liability of property owners for injuries that occur on their premises. On a larger level, premises liability requires an owner to take reasonable steps to address dangerous conditions that exist on their property…. Read More »

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4 Types of Visitors in Maryland Premises Liability Claims

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Under the doctrine of premises liability, Maryland property owners have a duty to maintain a safe and orderly premises. If a dangerous condition exists on their property, then the owner generally must correct the problem or at least post a warning. When a property owner fails to honor their legal duties, visitors who sustain… Read More »

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Actual vs. Constructive Notice in Maryland Premises Liability Cases

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When there is a slip and fall at a store or similar business, premises liability enables the injured customer to recover from the business owner. In order to prove a claim of premises liability, the injured party must show that the store or business owner had actual or constructive notice concerning the dangerous condition…. Read More »

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What are the Legal Elements of Premises Liability in Maryland?

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Under the umbrella of personal injury law, premises liability holds certain property owners responsible for harm or injury to visitors. A successful premises liability claim depends upon proving negligence. In order to prove negligence, an injured visitor must be able to demonstrate four elements: Duty, Breach, Cause, and Harm. Duty Duty of care is… Read More »

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Typical Settlement Process for Maryland Premises Liability Case

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Premises liability is a legal doctrine under which a property owner can be liable for injuries that occur on their property. If a victim suffers an injury due to a dangerous condition on the property, they could file a premises liability lawsuit and request compensation from the owner. That being said, the vast majority… Read More »

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What is the Meaning of Negligent Security in Maryland?

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Negligent security is a legal doctrine under Maryland law that allows a victim to sue a property owner for criminal activities occurring on the premises. An offshoot of premises liability, negligent security extends the duties of property owners to include foreseeable criminal activities. If the property owner does not provide adequate security measures to… Read More »

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Overview of Premises Liability Claims in Maryland

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Premises liability is a type of personal injury claim that occurs between a property owner and an injured victim. In larger terms, Maryland law requires property owners to keep their properties in a generally safe condition. If the property is dangerous and a visitor gets hurt, then the owner may face a premises liability… Read More »

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