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Tag Archives: Premises Liability

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An Open and Obvious Danger May Still Be a Trap for the Unwary

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Property owners can be held liable for injuries caused by dangerous conditions on their property, such as a hole in the ground that somebody could step into and then trip and fall. Generally, the property owner can avoid liability if the dangerous condition is readily observable by people “employing the reasonable use of their… Read More »

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Negligence v. Strict Liability: Another Chapter in the Continuing Saga of New York Dog Bite Law

By Leandros Vrionedes |

In April of 2013, we reported on the case of a bicyclist who was injured in Central Park when a dog ran into his path (see Man on Bike Collides with Dog Running Free Across Central Park Roadway, posted April 18, 2013 ). The cyclist sued the man who was holding the dog for… Read More »

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Premises Liability

Timing of Inspections Can Be Critical to Premises Liability Cases

By Leandros Vrionedes |

In order to hold a property owner responsible for a dangerous or defective condition on the property that causes injury, the injured person must be able to show that the owner either created the condition, or knew or had reason to know about the condition but failed to correct it within a reasonable time… Read More »

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