Premises Liability | Personal Injury Blog
Malls are a great place to have some fun. You can go shopping by yourself or take the whole family. In addition to shopping, you can also get something to eat at the food court or go see a movie. Malls are a nice place to get some exercise and a lot of seniors enjoy mall-walking with their friends.
Nothing beats hopping into a pool on a hot Nebraska day. Summer barbecues and pool parties are a regular occurrence, with many residents hosting a constant string of parties as soon as the weather gets warm enough.
Whether you are a guest at someone’s home who trips and falls downstairs because of a loose handrail, a shopper in a supermarket who slips on an unmarked wet floor, or the resident of an apartment building with a broken or uneven walkway, you may be able to file a claim to cover the cost of your injuries and other expenses caused by your fall.
Going shopping on Black Friday can be like entering a madhouse, but for our client, it was worse—he suffered a catastrophic injury when the store failed to secure a loose board. In this video interview, Jason Bottlinger goes over the basics of premises liability and explains why the store was responsible for his client’s recovery, both medical and financial.
Last year, the headlines of every major newspaper told of the tragic drowning of Olympic skier Bode Miller’s 19-month-old daughter, Emeline. The toddler fell into a pool in a neighbor’s backyard, and was unable to be resuscitated by paramedics. Emeline’s mother, former pro volleyball player Morgan Beck Miller, wrote in a heartfelt Instagram post, “Drowning is the NUMBER ONE cause of death in children ages 1-4. We talk about vaccinations, car seats, organic foods, screen time, etc at length…but not the number one risk your childrens’ lives face…a silent killer. It takes SECONDS. Please share and help us spread awareness. It’s the first step to preventing these types of tragedies.”
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