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Tag Archives: land owner liability

When Must Property Owners Warn of Hazards?

By Robert Ross |

PROPERTY OWNERS HAVE A DUTY TO WARN ABOUT KNOWN HAZARDS ON THE LAND. Simply put, California property owners – and those in possession and control of land – have a duty to warn people about known hazards on the land. This includes both hazards about which the property owner has actual knowledge and those… Read More »

An Overview of Premises Liability

By Robert Ross |

WHAT IS PREMISES LIABILITY? Premises liability is a tort (a legally recognized wrong) and a form of negligence. Premises liability claims arise when people or property are injured due to a dangerous condition on or caused by real property (land and certain fixtures affixed to land). When a person is hurt or property damaged as a result… Read More »

Are Property Owners Liable for Contractors’ Injuries? (Part 1)

By Robert Ross |

Contractors and other workers sometimes incur injuries in the course of their employment. When those injuries occur on private property, questions may arise about whether or not the owner of the land on which the injury occurred is liable (in negligence or otherwise) for damages to the injured party. In the coming days, we’ll… Read More »

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