Justice for You
Premises liability law - property owners have a duty to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe manner for residents, guests, invitees and others.
Floors, stairs, sidewalks and parking areas must be free from hazards such as protruding and hidden objects, uneven floors, slippery floors, bunched-up carpet, hidden wires and other dangers.
Property must be well lit so that individuals can see where they are walking and avoid falls, accidents and potential violence.
Property must have adequate security services, monitors, security personnel
Assaults, including gunshot wounds - property owners are responsible for the safety of residents, shoppers, passers-by and others.
Dog bites and exotic animal attacks – animal owners are responsible for the actions of their pets.