Premises liability refers to the legal responsibility of property owners and occupiers to ensure the safety of individuals who are on their premises. Under Alabama law, property owners and occupiers have a duty to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe condition and to warn visitors of any known dangers that could cause harm. If a property owner or occupier fails to fulfill this duty and someone is injured as a result, they may be held liable for the injuries and damages. Examples of situations where premises liability may arise include: slip and falls, dog bites, inadequate or negligent security, and hazardous conditions on the property.

It’s important to note that the level of care required of property owners and occupiers varies depending on the relationship between the parties. For example, a property owner owes a higher duty of care to invitees, such as customers or guests, than they do to trespassers.

If you have been injured on someone else’s property in Alabama, you may have a premises liability claim. Hiring an experienced personal injury attorney to advise you on your legal options is a great way to ensure you get the best compensation for your injuries and damages.

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