When is the Property Owner Responsible for injuries you Sustain While on His/Her Property?

Whether you were an invitee, a “licensee” or even a “trespasser,” the property owner generally will have some (if not all) responsibility for any premises injuries you receive while on the property.

An “invitee” is someone who is on the property because the owner invited them to be on the property, either through direct invitation or through belief that the property is open for their use.

Individuals under this definition may include business customers (shoppers at Wal-Mart), visitors to public places (museums or parks), and guests (social gatherings). Generally, if the property is open to the public and the property owner invites the public inside, the public is considered an “invitee.”

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