Warning Signs in Slip and Fall Accidents

 Those who are familiar with wet and icy weather know to tread carefully when entering into establishments.  As a result of increasing litigation, many establishments are posting warning signs alerting customers of potential places for injury in parking lots, open fields, and around business establishments. Warning signs have been helpful in reducing the liability businesses…

Negligent Security and Personal Injury

 In February 2015, a terrorist group threatened to attack popular shopping malls around the United States.  Wisely, Homeland Security has decided to go public with these threats to warn potential shoppers to be on guard.  It is not only terrorism that holds commercial landlords liable for injuries, however.  Everyday occurrences of crime, like robbery, rape,…

Premises Violence

 In 2012, James Holmes walked into a crowded movie theater and opened fire, randomly shooting patrons at a Batman premiere in Colorado. Many people were shot or wounded in the melee that resulted. In 2014, a Texas judge allowed personal injury and wrongful death suits against the theater to proceed by refusing to grant the…

Physical Violence and Personal Injury

 Did someone beat you up? In previous times, a fight happened at school or the local hangout between young ruffians looking for easy entertainment. In more recent times, fights have escalated with more people deciding to use weapons resulting in more severe injuries to victims. Even when weapons aren’t used, with nutritional gains and improved…