What is premises liability?

Premises liability is a legal term used to describe the duty of care that property possessors owe to their guests and visitors. Under premises liability, the owner or occupant of a property must either remove or warn visitors of a known, unreasonable hazard. Visitors include those who have been invited or allowed to enter the premises for business or social matters. Trespassers, however, are generally not covered by premises liability laws.

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Contact the Tucson offices of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.L.C., at 800-723-1676 or the Phoenix offices at 877-366-5557 or the Flagstaff offices at 800-723-1676. From these three offices we serve all Arizona cities and communities.

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