Determining Negligence in a Hawaii Premises Liability Claim

Injuries that occur on someone else’s property may lead to a Hawaii premises liability claim. These can be difficult to prove as there are a number of factors that play into negligence. Contacting a Honolulu injury lawyer is the first step you should take if you have been injured on someone’s property.

To determine negligence in a Hawaii premises liability claim, the following must be demonstrated:

  • the owner of the property must have had a duty to meet a standard of care and conduct;
  • the owner must have breached their duty to meet that standard of care and conduct;
  • the owner’s breach of duty must have directly resulted in the injuries; and
  • you must have suffered an injury.

All of these factors must be proven to establish a solid Hawaii premises liability claim. It is not enough that you can prove that you had a slip and fall accident. It must be proven to have resulted in injuries. If the owner could not have avoided the defect or dangerous condition, it doesn’t demonstrate negligence.

Since proving this type of claim is difficult, it is a good idea to have the help of an experienced Honolulu injury lawyer. An attorney who is well-versed in cases like yours will understand the types of evidence necessary to help prove negligence in a Hawaii premises liability claim.

Contacting a Honolulu Injury Attorney

After a serious accident in Hawaii, you should be able to spend your time focusing on your recovery; not dealing with insurance adjusters, never-ending paperwork and complicated legalese. Hawaii injury attorneys Davis Levin Livingston will fight for your rights while you focus on healing. Serving slip and fall accident victims on Oahu, Maui, the Big Island, Kauai and beyond. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.


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