When is a Property Owner Responsible for Premises Liability?
Colorado premises liability law and Colorado negligence law in this area has been put into a single statute or law on the books. Colorado law provides that injured individuals may be compensated if the landowner. The law also provides that an agent or person in control of the property or conducting activity on the property can also be responsible. Basically, when a landowner has a dangerous condition on their property and fails to take necessary precautions to keep you safe, they should be responsible for the harm.
What shoud I do if I am injured on another's Property?
The top things you can do: Report the accident so that there is a record of the accident. If the fall is at a business file an accident report before you leave. Make sure that you keep your receipts for purchases that you made. Take photographs. Preserving evidence can help prove your case. If there are witnesses, get their contact information. Get medical attention if you need it. Delays in medical care can worsen a condition and hurt your case.
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