A Duty To Ensure Safety

One thing to remember on premise liability cases are that a landowner or a property owner or store owner has a duty to ensure that their premises are safe, which means that they have a duty to perform reasonable inspections. What would a ordinary reasonably prudent person do under the same or similar circumstances?

And, again, that's not to mean that they have a duty to keep a constant and vigilant lookout for every condition on their property 24 hours a day, seven 16 days a week, but if there is a condition on their property that wears out over time that they ignore and you trip over it and it's a condition that you can photograph or you see and you look at it and say any reasonable person knows that this has been here for a period of time, it's a case that we're going to be interested in.

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