Who is liable if someone is injured from a slip and fall at a rental property?

Generally, the owner of a property is liable for any injuries caused by a slip and fall on the property. However, in some cases, the renter could be responsible for keeping the premises well-maintained, and in a safe condition. In other instances, the landlord could be responsible.

In order to determine who is liable, a review of the lease agreement is necessary. Another possibility is that a third party, such as a landscaper or gardener, who was hired by the landlord, was negligent in performing their duties. As a result, the third party may be held accountable for the plaintiff’s injuries.

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