Friday, May 6, 2011

WHAT IS THE VALUE OF MY PERSONAL INJURY CASE? Is a landlord responsible for injuries inflicted by third party criminal activity?

A landlord must take reasonable measures to insure the safety of his or her tenants. If the landlord knew or should have appreciated the likelihood of crimes against tenants or their property because such activity has taken place before, then he or she must take reasonable steps to insure that it does not occur again. An experienced Baltimore personal injury lawyer can help you in analyzing whether you can assert a claim against your landlord.

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