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Category: Premises Liability

What is the Difference Between Premises Liability and Negligence?

The legal theory of premises liability is used when someone becomes injured due to unsafe or defective conditions on someone else’s property. Sometimes people confuse the legal concept of premises liability with negligence. Premises liability is one type of negligence. In premises liability lawsuits, property owners are accused of acting negligently by failing to keep… read more






Homeowner’s Insurance Covers Injuries

Homeowners insurance—everyone knows what it’s for, of course. When a hail storm shatters a few windows; when a violent wind storm damages your roof, or when a fire breaks out, you give the insurance company a call and ask them to send out an assessor. However, what happens if someone is injured in your home… read more



$15.4 Million Dollar Lawsuit Against the State of Hawaii

In the wake of what has been called the biggest ever lawsuit against the state of Hawaii, opinions have varied widely over whether or not the settlement agreed was excessive. However, Oregon park injury lawyers have agreed that in light of the state’s admission of liability and the fact that one of the victims was… read more