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Tag Archives: homeowner liability

Don’t Hedge Your Bets — Trim, Maintain, and Comply

By Robert Ross |

Property owners use hedges for a variety of reasons. Hedges create privacy and barriers to sound. They offer environmentally-conscious alternatives to walls, and may assist with security. Hedges are also attractive, and many homeowners consider them an “all-in-one” solution to several needs. Unfortunately, improperly maintained hedges also create hazards, which in turn create the… Read More »

Homeowner Liability for Stairs, Inside and Out

By Robert Ross |

PROPERLY CONSTRUCTED STAIRS MINIMIZE ACCIDENT RISKS Most modern homes are built with carefully-measured stairs of equal height and length. Properly constructed stairs minimize the likelihood of tripping and falling accidents, and make it easier to access and use all portions of a house or other property. In older houses, however, stairs may not always… Read More »

Sliding Doors: A Clear and Present Danger

By Robert Ross |

Sliding glass doors highlight views and brighten rooms. They increase ventilation, and offer an easy way to keep an eye on children and pets in the yard. Unfortunately, some older doors may also pose a deadly hazard. Before the 1980s, many sliding doors were constructed using dangerous plate glass instead of the safer tempered… Read More »

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