Advocates for Injured People
You may have been injured by a defective condition in someone else's premises or suffered an injury due to a slip and fall.
If you are injured on someone else's property, it must first be determined what your "status" was on the property: were you an invited guest? A business customer? Or a trespasser? Each has it's own legal definitions giving rise to what rights and remedies are available.
Each fact situation is different and must be analyzed in the context of all of the facts surrounding the incident.
It's not always easy to take a stand when you're injured and you're not familiar with your rights. Insurance companies and property owners can pressure you into decisions that are not in your best interests.
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