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Can Former Owners Be Held Liable For Dangerous Property Conditions?

By Robert Ross |

GENERALLY, PREVIOUS OWNERS OF PROPERTY ARE NOT LIABLE FOR INJURIES OCCURRING AFTER TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP.  Premises liability is a negligence-based cause of action (claim) which allows injured people to recover damages (normally, money) in return for injuries caused by dangerous conditions on land or, in appropriate situations, buildings and other fixtures or improvements constructed on land. In… Read More »

Attorneys (& Plaintiffs) Need “Probable Cause” to Bring a Lawsuit

By Robert Ross |

VALID LAWSUITS REQUIRE PROBABLE CAUSE Malicious prosecution generally requires a plaintiff (and, sometimes, his or her lawyer) pursuing a lawsuit which was brought without probable cause. In simple terms, “probable cause” means a reasonable belief that the lawsuit is valid, based on the objective facts and circumstances of the relevant case. Lawsuits brought without probable cause… Read More »

When Is a Product Legally Defective?

By Robert Ross |

A plaintiff seeking recovery under a products liability (or “strict liability”) theory must prove that his or her injuries were caused by a defective product.  The question, then, is “what makes a product defective?” Products liability law recognizes three types of legally actionable defects: — Design defects — Manufacturing defects — Warning defects Simply receiving… Read More »

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