A premises liability case, simply put, is where someone is injured on another's property due to some type of hazard.
The victim of a premises liability case must show that the premises owner was negligent and breached a duty to him or her. The victim must also show that the premises owner created the dangerous or defective condition, or it was caused by a third party, and the owner knew or should have known of the dangerous condition.
There is a comparative negligence defense. To recover, the victim has to be less than 50% at fault.
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