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What is Duty of Care in Premises Liability?

In Oklahoma, premises liability laws require a victim of personal injury to prove that a property owner owed them a duty of care. The duty of care owed to a victim depends on their status as a visitor. Generally, visitors are divided into three different categories: Invitees Licensees Trespassers An invitee is a visitor who …

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Colder Weather Increases Risk of Slip and Fall

The snow, ice, and sleet of colder months can lead to slips, falls, and traumatic injuries. Property owners have an obligation to ensure the safety of those who visit their premises, and in periods of colder weather, that includes clearing ice and snow from walkways and other areas where visitors can slip and fall. If …

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Settled a Construction Site Case

Bryce Johnson of Johnson and Biscone recently settled a case involving negligence on behalf of the general contractor and several subcontractors during construction at a job site. The client fell from a scaffold structure set up near an area where testing was undergoing. Workers should have not been allowed to work in that area of the …

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