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What To Do If You’re Injured on Someone Else’s Property
What To Do If You’re Injured on Someone Else’s Property

Injuries can happen when you least them to, hence why they are typically called “accidents.” It’s important to keep in mind that many injuries may not be ill-intentioned—that is, someone did not mean to cause another person harm. However, even just having poorly-maintained ...

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  • What To Do If You’re Injured on Someone Else’s Property

    Injuries can happen when you least them to, hence why they are typically called “accidents.” It’s important to keep in mind that many injuries may not ...

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    Creating a safe, hazard-free environment is essential for your safety as well as the safety of your family, friends, and visitors. In our experience, ...

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  • Can I File a Premises Liability Lawsuit If I Partially Responsible?

    Whether you’re at a grocery store, an amusement park, in a parking lot, or at someone else’s residence, the property owner is expected to maintain ...

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  • What Is Considered Reasonably Safe?

    In our previous blogs, we discussed premises liability laws in Mississippi and what to do if you are injured on someone else’s property. In short, ...

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    When you go to a grocery store or walk through someone’s front door, you probably expect that no harm will come to you, as you should. When any ...

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    At Chatham Gilder Howell Pittman, we are always working diligently for our clients in need. When a case gets difficult, we double-down our efforts to ...

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