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If I Fall on Someone Else’s Property, Can I Sue?

Just because you fell on someone’s property and got hurt does not mean that you have a legal case and can sue. On the contrary, in order for me to prove that you have a case as a result of a fall, I have to prove:

  • That the property owner knew of the dangerous condition,
  • That the property owner had sufficient time to repair the dangerous condition and didn’t do anything about it.
  • That, as a result of the defect caused by the property owner, you the accident victim fell and got hurt.

Without that, there is no case whatsoever.

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