Premise Liability / Slip and Fall
Contrary to public opinion, a landowner is not liable for all injuries suffered by someone while on the property simply because they were on their property. Rather, the landowner is only liable if their negligent/careless/willful conduct caused or contributed to the injury. In Nevada, a landowner is liable for any injuries which are caused by a dangerous condition on their premises that the landowner knew or should have known existed.
Business/property owners and homeowners have a responsibility to provide a reasonably safe environment for anyone that enters their property. This is the law and falls under premises liability. Negligence on the landowner’s part may lead to slips or falls that cause serious personal injuries and damages.
Unfortunately, most people injured on someone else’s premises don’t know their rights. The Rose Law Office knows what it takes to prove a premise liability case and can help you assess whether or not you have a case.
If you suspect that you have been injured due to dangerous conditions on a commercial or residential property, contact The Rose Law Office at (775) 777-7777 for a free no obligation consultation and to assist you in maximizing your recovery.