When someone suffers an injury on someone else’s property, they may have grounds for bringing a premises liability case. If a defect or otherwise unsafe condition on the property can be shown to have caused the injuries sustained, then it would be the responsibility of the owner of the property to pay for the associated damages. This is because property owners have a duty to maintain reasonably safe premises. In some cases, such as dog bite cases, there is strict liability. This means that if you have a dog that you are not watching and/or know has violent propensities and it injures another person, then you would be completely responsible for that injury.
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