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Premises Liability Issues

Wherever individuals and families travel, they place their trust in the owner of that establishment. It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that every common-sense precaution has been employed to keep everyone safe and avoid a premises liability issue. Problems that could occur in a premises liability include:

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Poor Security Could Be Liable for the Las Vegas Shooting

Weeks after the tragedy in Las Vegas, people are asking what could have been done to prevent it. Legal experts are asking similar questions. While everyone knows that Steven Paddock actually did the killing, many believe that a lack of precautions by the Mandalay Bay Hotel and the promoter of the Route 91 Harvest Festival were also to blame. Let’s take a look at this complex situation.

Common Premises Liability Lawsuits

Many of us are unaware that we are affected by premises liability law nearly every day. As you read more below about the most common types of premises liability cases, keep in mind that successful plaintiffs must argue that property owners breached a duty of care by negligently failing to fully protect lawful visitors on their property.

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Stadium Security a Pressing Issue to Keep Fans Safe

I’m Ed Smith, a Sacramento Premises liability lawyer. With one pre-season game under its belt, the Sacramento Kings have five more to go before the regular season starts on October 18 at Sacramento’s Golden One Center, owned by the city and operated by the Sacramento Kings LP, LLC. The stadium has a capacity of 17,600 for basketball games and 19,000 for concerts.  With the tragedy in Las Vegas so fresh in everyone’s mind and heart, it is important that fans know the steps sports stadiums must take to keep fans safe.

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