What exactly is premises liability? Unbeknownst to many, it actually revolves around a property owner’s possible legal responsibility for any injury that might be sustained because of negligence on their part on their premises. A premises liability case can be a result of a wide range of situations. This might include possible slip-and-falls in any building, facility or even construction site. Furthermore, it can include unpredictable things such as crime against you or even animal attacks. This article will give you more insight as to what conditions make a personal injury a premises liability case.

What Do You Need to Prove?

As the injured party, you will need to prove several things before your compensation claim can be approved. While these laws might differ in different states, the general rule of thumb is that you will need to prove the following things:

  • The accused party was the owner of the premises or at least leased the property at the time of the injury.
  • The defendant committed an act of negligence that resulted in your injury.
  • That you were harmed as a result of the injury.

Proving Negligence

It is crucial that you understand the legal concept of negligence. It refers to the power of the court to hold parties responsible for their acts of negligence that might lead to the harm of other individuals. When making your case, you need to prove that the defendant did not uphold the standards and regulations that would have otherwise prevented the injury. When you manage to prove that the defendant is guilty of a negligent act, they will most likely have to foot the bill of your compensation.

Proving Your Injuries

Before the court and your insurance provider is willing to compensate you for your injury, you need to explicitly show that you were really injured. This can be done by asking your medical provider for a full report on the injuries that you sustained, and also exactly how the injury was sustained. You might also want to include any receipts and testimonies that can prove that you actually seeked medical help and that you need the compensation money to aid you in paying these bills.

Proving the Relationship Between Defendant and Premises

Before you even start the case, you need to prove that the person you are asking for compensation from is indeed related to the premises. If you want to strengthen you case, you need to show that the party in question owned, leased or occupied the premises at the time of your injury. The reason why they can be held responsible for your injuries is because they have a duty to uphold when they maintain the premises. The failure to do so would be the negligent act that would make them liable for your injuries.

Choose Corradino & Papa, LLC For Compensation

If you have sustained an injury on someone’s premises, you might want to consider hiring a competent and experience attorney from Corradino and Papa, LLC. You can call us today and speak to our friendly customer service staff, or click here for a free consultation.

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