Young children see the world as a place to play, but their parents always have their eyes open for danger. A child sees a fun park to play in, while a parent worries about fire ants lurking in ant hills and broken bones that could be suffered if the kids climb the trees. A kid sees a mini-golf course full of interesting contraptions around which to hit the ball, while a parent fears kids whacking each other with golf clubs if the adults avert their eyes for as much as a second. A kid sees a pit full of plastic balls at an indoor playground, and a parent sees a pit full of germs.
From the perspective of a personal injury attorney, property owners should adopt the same mindset as helicopter parents in that they have a duty to take reasonable measures to ensure that their property is not the site of an accident waiting to happen. If a visitor suffers a serious injury on someone else’s property, whether a residence or a place of business, and the injury was the result of the property owner allowing preventable dangerous conditions to persist on the property, the injured party could have a case for a premises liability lawsuit.
Premises Liability in North Dakota
If you describe the accident that caused your injury to a North Dakota personal injury attorney, the attorney will immediately start asking you questions about the place where the accident occurred. Here are some examples of accidents for which the injured person might have grounds for a premises liability lawsuit.
Contact O’Keeffe O’Brien Lyson Foss About Premises Liability Cases
Many clients in Fargo consider Tim O’Keeffe, Tatum O’Brien and Sara Monson to be among the best personal injury attorneys in the area. If you have been injured in an accident because of negligence on a property owner’s part, you might have a case for a premises liability lawsuit. Contact O’Keeffe O’Brien Lyson Foss in Fargo, North Dakota to discuss your case or call 701-235-8000 or 877-235-8002.