Simply being injured while on another person’s property does not make that person or property owner liable for your injuries (see Arizona Slip and Fall Lawyer: Even Trespassers Have a Right to Safety). You must prove negligence, meaning that the owner failed provide or maintain a safe premises, created hazardous conditions on the property, and failed to eliminate hazards. Owner liability and negligence may be based on failure to clean up a spill in a timely manner or failure to adequately warn a guest or customer about a dangerous condition. Contact us for help in figuring out your options according to the law if you were injured in a slip and fall accident on another person’s property.
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