When “Reasonable Care” Isn’t Enough

January 21, 2021 Insights

At the heart of every premises liability case is the presumed duty of “reasonable care” by a landlord or property owner, obliging them to undertake sufficient measures to protect patrons on their property from foreseeable risks and dangers that can harm them. Reasonable care runs the gamut from risks in […]

How Shootings Push the Boundaries of Premises Liability and Negligent Security Law – Circeo Law Firm

September 18, 2020 Insights

Shootings occupy a particularly dark corner of the American imagination. We understandably fret about exposure to horrific, life-changing suffering for our simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Headline-grabbing mass-events aside, there is a strong risk we could become caught in the crosshairs of an “everyday” act […]