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Suing A Government Entity For Hazardous Property Conditions

By Robert Ross |

WHAT IS AN ACTIONABLY DANGEROUS CONDITION ON PUBLIC PROPERTY? In order to sue a government entity for injuries or other damages caused by hazardous conditions on public property, or property owned by the government entity, the plaintiff must prove (among other things) that the property was in a dangerous condition at the time the… Read More »

When is Property “Public Property” for Purposes of Injury-Related Lawsuits?

By Robert Ross |

WHEN DOES A PUBLIC ENTITY “OWN OR CONTROL” PROPERTY? When injuries occur on property, plaintiffs (and their attorneys) must determine who has liability for the land in question–and for dangerous conditions on the land which lead to injury. In order to sue a public or government entity over injuries occurring on public land, the… Read More »

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