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Koenigsberg & Associates Law Offices has recovered millions of dollars in compensation for victims injured due to the negligence of others, including negligent property owners. If you or someone you love was injured on another’s property in a preventable incident, you have the right to pursue compensation for your damages – such as your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more!
Our team can help you learn more about your rights after an injury on another’s property, whether you have a personal injury claim, and how we can fight to secure you the maximum compensation possible. Because taking swift action and contacting a premises liability lawyer in Brooklyn as soon as possible after an accident is important, we encourage you to reach out to our award-winning team today!
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What is Premises Liability?
Premises liability is an area of personal injury law that establishes the responsibilities of premises owners and the rights of victims who suffer harm while on property owned by other people or entities. It generally requires property owners to take reasonable measures to provide safe conditions that keep guests free from preventable harm.
Under this area of law, owners of private residences and public businesses – such as retail stores, restaurants, and housing complexes – have certain legal obligations to visitors and guests. When premises owners fail to uphold these obligations, they can be held liable for damages victims suffer as a result.
To prove a property owner is liable for damages, the following must be established:
- A premises owner had a legal duty to provide a safe property for visitors/guests
- The premises owner breached their duty (there were preventable hazards on the property)
- A legal visitor/guest suffered harm as a result of the breach of duty
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