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Category Archives: Premises Liability

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Is My Slip and Fall Case Valid?

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

A slip and fall can be surprising and dangerous. These accidents are frequent and severely damaging, leaving you with costly medical bills. Paying for your treatments can be especially difficult if your injuries are serious enough to render you unable to work. If you’re ever caught in a scenario like this, the best course… Read More »

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I Fell At An Apartment Complex, What Are My Legal Options?

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

You’re walking up the stairs in your apartment complex, there’s a loose floorboard, loose carpet or another hazard there, and you trip and fall. The danger should’ve been addressed and wasn’t. Can you sue your landlord for the damages you suffer? After all, if someone gets hurt in your home, they can try to… Read More »

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What To Do When You’re Hurt On Someone’s Property

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

When you get hurt on someone else’s property, whether it’s in a restaurant or store, or while you’re visiting an acquaintance, you may or may not be entitled to compensation, depending on a number of factors, all of which fall under premises liability law. It’s important to be able to understand how the law… Read More »

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I Slipped And Fell On A Ice, What Are My Legal Options?

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

As the icy season approaches, one of the major concerns for people across the country is slipping on ice. Slipping and falling due to ice can be a seriously devastating injury, limiting your ability to live and work the way that you are accustomed to. If you’ve suffered such an injury, then one of… Read More »

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