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Walter J. Romano, attorney at Patrick Daniel Law.

As most attorneys reading this article already know, a premises liability cause of action is merely a type of ordinary negligence action. Cases range from the routine “slip and fall” to the more complex, and injuries run the gamut from the relatively minor to the catastrophic. And personal injury lawsuits are on the rise. According to the latest available Judicial Business report, in the U.S. District Courts, 63,564 cases were filed in 2018, which is almost 10,000 more cases than the previous year. Regardless of the seriousness of someone’s injury, proving a Defendant’s liability and holding someone ultimately responsible for their actions focuses on questions of duty, breach, and proximate cause.

What You Need To Win A Premises Liability Lawsuit

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