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Category: Premises Liability

Premises liability is an important topic of discussion that every property owner needs to have with their lawyer at one point or another. Homeownership is one of the most exciting things a person can enjoy in their lifetime. When it comes to premises liability, you need to understand the law and how you can be…Read More

It is well-known that injury victims can typically pursue compensation when they slip, trip or fall due to dangerous conditions on property owned or managed by other parties. This is known as premises liability, and even trespassers can file lawsuits under certain conditions. Still, the real question involves determining exactly what constitutes a dangerous condition….Read More

North Carolina’s contributory negligence law can often eliminate the rights of injury victims when they have even a small degree of liability for their accidents. Thus, it stands to reason that a trespasser would have few grounds for a claim against a property owner who maintains dangerous premises. If the trespasser is an adult, this…Read More

A recent near-drowning at a North Carolina waterpark serves as a reminder of the issue of swimming pool injuries. Recent Near-Drowning Highlights Safety Concerns Surrounding Swimming Pools As WNCT 9 News recently reported, a young man on a field trip was nearly drowned in a lap pool at a Kinston waterpark. While the boy’s family…Read More

Brown Moore & Associates, PLLC, recently won a North Carolina Court of Appeals decision which granted a new trial to one of their injured clients. The case, which concerned a premises liability issue, will give injured children a greater opportunity to be fairly evaluated by a jury in negligence actions occurring on another’s premises. The…Read More