Are You Liable for Accidents on Your Property?


Posted: February 27, 2020

Property owners can be liable for accidents and injuries that occur on their property. This is known as premises liability. In the video below, experienced attorney Ray Areshenko explains a few factors that determine the legal responsibly you have to others as a property owner.

If you performed an abnormally dangerous activity that harmed someone, you might be responsible for damages regardless of the reasonable steps you took to prevent injury. This action falls under strict liability. Most other premises liability claims come down to negligence, a term that means failure to use reasonable care.

Contact Our Reno Premises Liability Attorney

Determining liability requires a skilled premises liability lawyer who can navigate the relevant laws and procedures. Start building your case by calling 775-300-7594 (NV) or 916-800-6090 (CA) for a free consultation with REA Law. We serve clients in and around Reno - Sparks and throughout Nevada.  REA Law also has offices in Sacramento servicing California.