Massachusetts landlords, business owners, restaurant owners, store owners, parking lot owners, and the owners and managers of other public and private premises are legally obligated to maintain and secure their properties so that there are no unsafe or hazardous conditions that could cause injury or harm to residents, patrons, or guests.
Premises liability law holds residential and business owners and managers legally responsible when they neglect to fulfill this duty of care and someone gets hurt or dies —especially when they knew or should have known about the unsafe condition and did nothing to remedy the situation. Property owners and managers must make sure that there are no conditions on their premises that can lead to a slip/trip and fall accident. This kind of premises liability accident can lead to serious physical injuries.
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