Property owners in Washington have a legal duty to use reasonable care to keep their property safe from dangerous conditions. However, other people, such as tenants, property managers, and contractors working on the premises may also be responsible for maintaining it in a safe condition and could be liable for injuries which occur on the property as well. The determining factor is who has the right to control the premises where an accident occurred. If a party has the right to control property, then that party must exercise control in a reasonable manner to prevent foreseeable injuries. If multiple parties have the right to control the property, there may be multiple parties who are liable for an injury. Simply identifying the proper defendants can therefore be a complex task. Brett has successfully litigated hundreds of claims involving premises liability for both plaintiffs and defendants. If you’ve been injured on someone else’s property or find yourself being sued, you owe it to yourself to give him a call.
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