Is a store owner liable for a slip or fall?

Answer On One Hand: They Are Liable for Slips and FallsAccording to Texas attorney Judon Fambrough of the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M, a store owner has a legal duty to protect customers, employees an... Read More »

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What if a tennent falls and breaks a leg who is liable renter or owner?

Renters insurance generally does cover flying/falling objects. I do believe that a bullet would fall into that category. Please remember that you may have a deductible to face.

Who is liable for a fall sustained in a parking lot of a condo?

It's possible that the condominium association carries liability insurance. You can make your claim with the board of directors of the association, who will take it up with their insurance carrier.

Did you ever slip and fall on ice?

I did, but it wasn't the shoes. Shoes don't make you fall. I had slip resistant shoes on that I had to wear for work at the time and I landed flat on my back, Ouch!

How to Prevent a Slip & Fall?

Slip-and-fall accidents are among the primary causes of injury for employees at the workplace and for customers at office or retail locations. Employee accidents can be costly, as they may cause an... Read More »