Attorney Kenneth Raley recently settled a premises liability case, without the need for a lawsuit to be filed, for the policy limits of $500,000.00. This was a big win for Kenneth’s client against her landlord after she suffered significant injuries due to her landlord’s neglect and failure to repair the stairs of her trailer. Landlords have a duty to maintain their premises in order to keep them safe for their tenants who are paying them money to live there. When landlords fail to do this, they must be held accountable for the serious injuries that result from their negligence. Swipe to see a picture of the dangerous stairs.
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