Wednesday, August 17, 2011
HOW MUCH IS MY BALTIMORE PERSONAL INJURY CASE WORTH? I fell in the bathroom at the supermarket.
Certainly, the owners of commercial establishments own their patrons a duty of reasonable care to keep their premises, including a public restroom, safe. Knowledgeable Baltimore personal injury lawyers are aware that an owner, or their employee, is not responsible, however, if they let a person use a toilet facility that is not public or open to the public, and that person is injured in that facility. This immunity does not apply if gross negligence is involved, and, as seasoned Baltimore personal injury lawyers know, an employee bathroom is never considered a public bathroom.