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Case Number: 3:21-cv-00460
Judge: Robert C. Chambers
Court: United States District Court for the * District of * (* county)
Defendant's Attorney: Alexander Macia, Donald Houser, Kristine McAlister Brown, Shifali Baliga, Tai Shadrick Kluemper, Neva G. Luck
Description: Huntington, West Virginia personal injury lawyers represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendant on a premises liability negligence theory claiming to have suffered more than $75,000 in injuries and/or damages as a direct result of an accident in one of Defendant's stores.
The claims made and defenses asserted are not available.
Premises liability law involves the legal responsibilities of property owners and occupiers to prevent injuries to persons on their property.
In West Virginia, property owners and occupiers face increased exposure since the Supreme Court of Appeals for West Virginia abolished the legal distinction between “invitees,” “licensees” and “trespassers.