What are the different types of premises liability?

Premises liability is a broad category, but it typically involves accidents that occur on another person’s property because of the owner’s failure to maintain their property or warn visitors of hazards. A property owner has a duty to properly maintain their premises and warn visitors of any hidden dangers that could put them at risk of injury, but failing to do so is considered negligent because it puts others at an unnecessary risk of being involved in an accident. Common types of premises liability are slip and fall injuries, fires, elevator or escalator injuries, and lead paint poisoning.

If you have been involved in an accident on someone else’s property or want to learn more about premises liability in Detroit, an attorney from Ravid & Associates, P.C. can help to answer your questions. Call (248) 948-9696 today to speak to a knowledgeable member of our legal team.