Generally, premise liability describes a personal injury case that occurs on a person’s property. The plaintiff must prove that there was a defect or unsafe condition that caused the injury.
Business invitees are individuals invited on a property, such as a friend who the homeowner implied or invited over.
Licensees are people who come on a property for specific purposes but aren’t there to do harm, such as an electric company’s employee, a visiting neighbor, or a religious missionary.
Trespassers are people who aren’t invited onto the property. Even if damage wasn’t done, and univited guest could be considered a trespasser. These are the most difficult types of cases to handle, but PATRIOT understands them thoroughly.