• Premises Liability

    Premises liability refers to the obligations property owners have to the public who come on their premises. Generally speaking, a business owner has a duty to its customers to keep its premises in a reasonably safe condition. When its premises are not in a reasonably safe condition, it must warn its customers of the dangerous condition. However, a business owner is usually not responsible for dangerous conditions on its premises of which it is not aware.

    Most premises liability cases involve situations where a customer has slipped or tripped and fallen on a business premises. These cases can be difficult to prove, since the business owner has to have known about the dangerous condition or should have known about the dangerous condition or have created the dangerous condition for the business owner to be liable to the injured party. However, Paul Ott has significant experience in handling these type cases from both the premises owner's perspective and the injured party's perspective.

    If you are looking for an experienced Jackson, Mississippi law firm to represent you in a premises liability case who will give you and your case the personal attention you deserve, contact the Law Office of Paul Ott, P.A. You can schedule an initial consultation by calling the phone number above or by completing the form on the Contact page.