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Not all cases involving falls on commercial properties are governed by the Louisiana Merchant Liability Statute, which typically deals with defects like spilt liquid “on” the floor. It is important that your attorney be able to distinguish the difference between a defect “on” the premises case from a defect “in” the premises case.
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In cases where the defect is inherently part of the property, like uneven concrete on a sidewalk or lack of proper railings on stairs, the burden against the property owner is easier to prove. It is important that you have an experienced and aggressive attorney that can argue the best theory of recovery and secure the best position for you when attempting to settle your case.
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