Premises liability incidents are common and can happen anywhere. These incidents include slip and falls, defective conditions and inadequate security. A dangerous condition is a design, construction or condition that creates a significant risk of injury when a property is used in a reasonably foreseeable manner.


Slip and falls can occur at grocery stores when they have failed to properly warn customers of wet floors which results in injury. Defective conditions when owners of store inadequately maintain or repair damaged areas or posting proper signage. Inadequate security includes lack of proper lighting which can result in a lack of reasonable security measures causing injury.