Environmental dangers.

Owners may be liable for exposing visitors and neighbors to harmful toxins, chemicals, or substances and can be held responsible when these conditions lead to fires or explosions.

Slip and falls.

Owners must correct conditions on the property that could potentially cause a slip or fall that leads to death, including liquid spills, ice or snow, open holes, or uneven surfaces.

Injuries to children.

Children are especially likely to be injured on someone else’s property, as they lack the judgment necessary to avoid danger. Unguarded swimming pools, unlocked gates, and accidents at day care are common causes of child fatalities.


Owners could be held responsible for physical assaults or attacks that occur on their property, especially if proper lighting or adequate security could have prevented the incident.


Christopher L. Russo
Helping Rhode Island personal injury victims for nearly three decades to get the compensation they deserve.
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