When Should Have A Property Owner Known About A Dangerous Condition On Their Property?

Suffering any kind of physical injury as the result of a negligent property owner not only has the potential to be incredibly painful ‑‑ but it can also lead to an enormous amount of frustration and confusion as you undoubtedly will want to hold responsible the at‑fault party.

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When Should Have A Property Owner Known About A Dangerous Condition On Their Property?

There's no hard‑and‑fast rule about it, but what's important is that the property owner has to act in a reasonable manner.

Certain factors could get looked at, such as how often did the property owner have the property cleaned? What kind of procedures were in place for that to happen? Was there any equipment that was defective on the property, that frequently contributed to some kinds of, let's say, liquid coming on the floor or anything like that?

Those are the types of things that are looked at.