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  • What is the Open & Obvious Rule in Premises Liability Law?
    What is the Open & Obvious Rule in Premises Liability Law?

    In a premises liability claim , the plaintiff alleges that they were hurt on the defendant’s property and due to the defendant’s negligence. Typically, a welcome guest, visitor, customer, or client is ...

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  • Can Airbnb Be Held Liable for Assaults at a Rented House?
    Can Airbnb Be Held Liable for Assaults at a Rented House?

    Who can be held liable for an assault that occurs at a rented Airbnb property? Does inadequate security at an Airbnb lend itself to a premises liability claim ? Both questions and more are being asked ...

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  • Workplace Assault: Does It Constitute a Premises Liability Claim?
    Workplace Assault: Does It Constitute a Premises Liability Claim?

    Your employer owes you a reasonably safe workspace free from hazards. For example, there can’t be unattended spills, dangerous machinery, electrical hazards, and so forth. But your employer also owes ...

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  • Premises Liability and Negligent Security: What’s the Difference?
    Premises Liability and Negligent Security: What’s the Difference?

    On the surface, premises liability and negligent security seem like the same thing. Both allow victims to sue property owners for crimes that took place on their premises. However, looking into the ...

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  • Halloween & Georgia’s Premises Liability Laws
    Halloween & Georgia’s Premises Liability Laws

    On the evening of October 31, 2019, millions of costumed children will take to the streets for tricks, treats, and adventure. But there are many dangers haunting the residential tracts of Georgia, and ...

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  • Local Crime Stats Are Essential When It Comes to Your Negligent Security Case
    Local Crime Stats Are Essential When It Comes to Your Negligent Security Case

    Some of our most recent articles focused on negligent security cases, what is needed to prove them , and what is considered adequate security. The physical features and specific elements that count as ...

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