Tampa Personal Injury Attorney Discusses Filing a Claim if Injured While Trespassing
If you are injured on a land owner’s property, the first requirement is that you be legally on the property. If you are trespassing, then you don’t have a claim because the land owner owes you no duty. He doesn’t expect you to be on his property. If you are trespassing, just like a burglar who comes into your house to rob you, if he’s injured in your house, he can’t sue you for that. You must be legally on the property in order to bring a claim against the land owner for a dangerous condition.
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If you are injured on another person’s property you must legally be allowed on that property otherwise, you will not be able to pursue a claim
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