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Premises Liability

Premises Liability litigation refers to the line of cases where a property owner/occupier is liable for the injuries sustained by another on their property.  In general, for a property owner/occupier to be held liable for injuries sustained on their property, the injured person must prove the following: (1) an unsafe or defective condition caused the injury; (2) the property owner/occupier knew or should have known of the unsafe or defective condition; and (3) the property owner/occupier failed to correct or warn of the unsafe or defective condition.

The Law Office of James B. Miller handles all types of premises liability cases.  James B. Miller is an experienced personal injury attorney who has successfully litigated numerous premises liability accidents.  The types of premises liability cases that Mr. Miller has handled include unsafe or defective conditions involving unnatural accumulations of snow and ice, inadequate lighting, inadequate locks/security, elevator accidents, defective carpeting, broken/dilapidated stairs and floors, foreign substances on floors and cracked/broken sidewalks.

If you or a loved one have been injured due to the negligence of a property owner or occupier and want to discuss your case with the Law Office of James B. Miller, please contact our office by calling (630) 833-5367 or filling out our initial Contact Form, for a free, no obligation consultation.

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