It is the duty of the owner of a property to assure the safety and security of their patrons or guests. Under Louisiana law, a landowner has an obligation to inspect their premises. If they find hidden dangers, an owner should warn of, or remedy them. The landowner is liable if a visitor becomes injured because of a hazard. This is premises liability.
There are many different types of premises liability cases. They can include:
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Sources: LSU Law Center
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Negligent or insufficient security can include:
Most commonly, crimes occur in poorly lit parking lots. But, other typical locations can include: