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CONDITIONS GENERAL PREMISES ACCIDENTS MAY ARISE FROM
Lack of Security
* While these are not the only contributing conditions, these are very common.
Immediately notify the manager if you’re injured at a business. Many people leave quickly out of embarrassment and may not even realize they’re seriously hurt. However, it’s important to alert the business so that they may document the accident and take steps to prevent anyone else from getting hurt.
Since the business will hopefully try to quickly correct any unsafe conditions, you should also take photos and videos of the hazard if you’re able to do so.
Putting off medical attention will only endanger your claim. See a physician as soon as possible, and make sure to thoroughly explain the cause of your injuries for your records.
Premises liability is the responsibility that a business or property owner has to make sure their premises are safe. This responsibility includes taking steps to prevent potential dangers such as falling objects or exposed machinery.
The property owner must regularly maintain and inspect all areas that are open to the public or where the public could be reasonably expected to enter.
The property owner is not always directly responsible for the hazard, and sometimes hazards aren’t preventable. However, property owners are responsible for monitoring their properties so that they can become aware of any hazards within a reasonable time frame regardless of the cause.
Owners must also quickly correct any unsafe conditions or post adequate warnings to protect the public until they’re able to make a repair.
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Idaho’s modified comparative fault statute holds the defendant liable for unsafe conditions. To win compensation, you must share no more than 50% of the blame.