Slip and Fall Injuries
Connecticut Premises Liability Law
Typically, for an individual to recover for the breach of a duty owed to by a business, it is required for him to show that the defendant either had actual notice of the presence of the specific unsafe condition which caused the injury or constructive notice of it.
A defendant is held to the duty of protecting its business invitees from known, foreseeable dangers.
If the individual, however, alleges an affirmative act of negligence, [that is], that the defendant's conduct created the unsafe condition, proof of notice is not necessary.... That is because when a defendant itself has created a hazardous condition, it safely may be inferred that it had knowledge thereof.
If you have fell down a broken stairway, an unkept sidewalk, or even into a trap door, you may be entitled to compensation for the negligence of the groundskeeper.
Hartford Legal Group has represented clients who have fallen in icy parking lots, unlit stairways, and crumbling sidewalks.
If you are injured because a business or property owner is not tending to their property, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and medical costs.
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